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Berkeley Review of Education officially launches

Written By: daveski on February 2, 2010 No Comment

FIT celebrates the official launch of the student-run Berkeley Review of Education. Congratulations to al the volunteers at the GSE who have made this happen!

From the editors:

We are excited to announce the publication of the inaugural issue of the Berkeley Review of Education. The journal can be accessed free online at http://escholarship.org/uc/ucbgse_bre

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Postcolonial Ghetto: Seeing Her Shape and His Hand
by La Paperson

Teacher Education for Social Justice: What’s Pupil Learning Got To Do With It?
by Marilyn Cochran-Smith, Ann Marie Gleeson, and Kara Mitchell

Race, Class, and Whiteness in Gifted and Talented Identification: A Case Study
by Kathleen Barlow and C. Elaine Dunbar

Neighborhood Ethnic Density as an Explanation for the Academic Achievement of Ethnic Minority Youth Placed in Neighborhood  Disadvantage
by Na’im Madyun and Moosung Lee

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