The Cat in the Hat and Embedded Racial Bias in Schools
Posted on November 2, 2017 2:15 pm MST, by James Lane
Recently a school librarian gained national attention when she refused a gift of 10 books to her school on the premise that the books’ author has demonstrated racial bias against African Americans in several of his publications.
Posted on October 20, 2017 12:12 pm MST, by James Lane
"Bullying presents one of the greatest health risks to children, youth, and young adults in U.S. society today. School safety, including the prevention of bullying, is a top national priority and a key area of academic research.” - Felice Levine, executive director of the American Educational Research Association.
As researchers and scholars, an important aspect of scholarly life is to engage in writing and publication not only for professional development but also for the enhancement of faculty expertise to help students in their educational journeys. Yet when it comes to writing articles for peer-reviewed journals, many scholars seem to share similar questions not only how to begin the process but also what it takes to get published.