School-University Partnerships: Volume 17 Issue 1 , Open Access

Table of contents

Guest Editors: Sharon Hixon, Loleta Sartin

Pre-education reflections of online and face-to-face clinical experiences

Carolyn Casale, C. Adrainne Thomas, Ahlam Alma Bazzi

This research study provides insight into students’ perceptions of teaching through virtual and face-to-face clinicals in an introductory education course in a pre-education…

Leveraging PDS teacher preparation grants: a majority–minority research university’s approach to increasing the diverse teacher pipeline

Joseph R. Feinberg, Yasmine Bey

A primary goal of the Collaboration and Resources for Encouraging and Supporting Transformations in Education (CREST-Ed) program was to increase the number of highly qualified…

Addressing the shortage of African American male teachers in minority-serving school districts with innovative partnerships

Jesse Rivers

The paper discusses a partnership between Huston–Tillotson University (HT), a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) and the Austin Independent School District (AISD), a…

Leveraging community-based assets in coaching, wellness and mentorship to increase the African American and Latinx math teacher workforce

Sean S. Warner

There is some evidence to suggest that the historical challenge associated with recruiting and retaining Black and Brown Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM…

Creating personalized partnerships across diverse districts

Freda Hicks, Megan Lyons

This work aligns with two of the following NAPDS Essentials: Clinical Preparation and Learning and Leading. The authors collaborated with district partners to determine how to…

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Partners for quality: building professional pathways for diverse adult learners in early childhood education

Karrie A. Snider

This paper describes the rationale and key aspects of how one school-university partnership leveraged resources to create, implement and refine an innovative professional pathway…

Three approaches to school-university partnerships among teacher residencies: can HBCUs lead the way to an equity-centric model?

Valerie Hill-Jackson

School-university partnerships (SUPs) probe a range of P12 challenges and interests, with teacher residencies being chief among them. Because historically black colleges and…

A growing Noyce Scholarship Program: successes, triumphs and challenges along the way

Sharlonne Rollin Smith

The article discusses the development and growth of a newly established Noyce Scholarship Program at a Hispanic Serving Institution and the collaborative efforts of the School of…

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Cover of School-University Partnerships

ISSN:

1935-7125

e-ISSN:

2833-2075

Online date, start – end:

2022

Journal’s owner:

National Association for School-University Partnerships

Open Access:

open access

Editors:

  • Dr. David Hoppey
  • Dr. Katrina Hall