Journal for Multicultural Education: Volume 17 Issue 2


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Rural cultural wealth: dismantling deficit ideologies of rurality

Loni Crumb, Crystal Chambers, Amy Azano, Africa Hands, Kristen Cuthrell, Max Avent

Rural education research has historically been cast in a deficit lens, with rural places characterized by their problems or shortcomings, as if the way of understanding rural…

Multilingual and multicultural education need a good economist

Debra A. Giambo

The prioritization of multilingual and multicultural education (MME) must spread beyond educators and researchers, who have long known the benefits, to the politicians and…

Next steps toward an inclusive country? Inviting and amplifying youth voice in public anti-hate messaging

Mica Pollock, Dolores De los Angeles Lopez, Mariko Yoshisato, Reed Kendall, Erika Reece, Benjamin Carmichael Kennedy

This paper aims to explore a national anti-hate messaging project, #USvsHate, and its call to students to create public messages refusing “hate, bias, and injustice.” Participants…

“I did not realize that my teacher had taken away part of my identity”: bilingual preservice teachers’ virtual libraries project

Katherine Espinoza, Karen Kohler

The purpose of this study is to investigate how participating in a multicultural education course impacted bilingual preservice teachers' (BPSTs) conceptions of identity and how…

A window to peace and tolerance or otherwise: a multi-perspective approach to curriculum analysis

Gulab Khilji, Nazir Ahmed Jogezai

The purpose of this study is to analyze the views of educators regarding the constructs of the history curriculum to determine whether history education is usually used for…

A tale of two pandemics: teachers’ disproportionate views on student engagement in remote learning

Donna Wake, Michael Mills

This study aims to use culturally responsive pedagogy as a model to examine teachers’ views of the equity implications found within virtual instruction.

Pláticas with Latinx preservice teachers: insights about navigating teacher education in the New Latinx South

Sanjuana C. Rodriguez, Paula P. Guerra Lombardi, Eliza Silvia Galvez

The purpose of this study is to examine the experiences of Latinx preservice teachers (PSTs) while enrolled in a teacher preparation program in the New Latinx South, a cluster of…

From titular to radical empathy: conceptualizing empathy through the lens of youth organizing

Deanna Burgess, Ashley Diaz, Ashley Patterson

This study aims to explore how youth express empathy as an aspect of social action. Social empathy was investigated among adolescents participating in a youth organizing…

The couch as a classroom: exploring the school environment of low-income Latine adolescents during the COVID-19 pandemic

Jennifer Renick, Stephanie M. Reich

The purpose of this paper is to uncover what the at-home educational environments of low-income Latine adolescents looked like during the COVID-19 pandemic and how these…

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