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Book Review: Sexual Violence On Campus: Power-Conscious Approaches To Awareness, Prevention, And Response, Jessica M. Adams May 2019

Book Review: Sexual Violence On Campus: Power-Conscious Approaches To Awareness, Prevention, And Response, Jessica M. Adams

Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis

No abstract provided.


Cultural Factors That Impact Latina/O College Student Success At Predominantly-White Institutions: Past And Current Knowledge For Educators, Ricardo Montelongo May 2019

Cultural Factors That Impact Latina/O College Student Success At Predominantly-White Institutions: Past And Current Knowledge For Educators, Ricardo Montelongo

Diversity, Social Justice, and the Educational Leader

As the new century approached in 2000, educational leaders, practitioners, and researchers were continuing to understand the educational experiences of the fastest growing student population in the United States – Latina/os. Knowledge on factors influencing outcomes for this group were produced to inform educators. However, Latina/os continue to face barriers and challenges at all levels in their pursuit of educational opportunity, especially in higher education. The significance of the demographic shifts Latina/os bring to education should give educators a sense of urgency to better understand cultural factors that impact Latina/o student success. This paper will provide an ...


Culturally Responsive Literacy Instruction, Kimberly M. Jones-Goods Apr 2019

Culturally Responsive Literacy Instruction, Kimberly M. Jones-Goods

Journal of Research Initiatives

This qualitative study examined the incorporation of culturally responsive literacy instruction. The purpose was to explore teachers’ perception of effective culturally responsive literacy and instruction and ways in which the participants implemented culturally responsive literacy instruction. This study identified and explored three themes affecting three ways in which the participants incorporated culturally responsive literacy into their classrooms. The findings of this qualitative study align with literature on culturally responsive literacy instruction.


Parenthood And Persistence Of Adult Learners In The Western Region Of The United States, Emetrude Lewis, Alexia Bailey-Webb Apr 2019

Parenthood And Persistence Of Adult Learners In The Western Region Of The United States, Emetrude Lewis, Alexia Bailey-Webb

Journal of Research Initiatives

This study explored the role of parenthood on adult learners who were parents of minor children and gaining an understanding of their needs while attending a college or university. A qualitative phenomenological approach and purposive techniques were used to identify and recruit adult learners who were parents of minor children located in the general area in the Western Region of the United States. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews and Yüksel and Yıldırım (2015) guide used for phenomenological narrative data analysis. Recorded interviews were transcribed into text and NVIVO software was then used to organize the interview data and uncover ...


Expanding The Conversation: The Value Proposition Of For-Profit Institutions For African-American Post-Secondary Students, Thomasina O. Lawson, Mario Jackson Apr 2019

Expanding The Conversation: The Value Proposition Of For-Profit Institutions For African-American Post-Secondary Students, Thomasina O. Lawson, Mario Jackson

Journal of Research Initiatives

This article presents a different discourse to promote access to and equity in higher education by re-examining the value of for-profit education and its attractiveness to African-American students underserved by traditional institutions. The authors suggest that for-profit institutions face similar challenges to traditional schools in the matriculation of African-American students but to a larger degree. Guided by the spirit of researchers Asa G. Hilliard and Barbara Sizemore, the article offers a progressive view of improving African-American students’ access to higher education. Additionally, the article suggests ways to engage in meaningful conversations on how to improve higher education by replacing traditional ...


College Access For Undocumented Students And Law, Jessica C. Enyioha Jan 2019

College Access For Undocumented Students And Law, Jessica C. Enyioha

Educational Considerations

There are over 32 million undocumented immigrants in the United States and of this population, over 1.5 million are children (Palmer & Davidson, 2011). These children grow up in the US, achieve primary and secondary education, and when they are ready to pursue postsecondary education, it becomes harder for them to achieve. In this paper, undocumented students’ access to postsecondary education in the US is examined: laws that affect their access to postsecondary education, previous cases on access to education for undocumented students, and the difficulties undocumented students often encounter when pursuing postsecondary education are discussed and analyzed. Best practices ...


What Is Your Social Justice Iq: Leading Social Justice In Higher Education, Janice M. Garnett, Germaine W. Huber Dec 2018

What Is Your Social Justice Iq: Leading Social Justice In Higher Education, Janice M. Garnett, Germaine W. Huber

Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning and Leadership in Education

This article describes an experience originating in the College of Education to explore a process for the college’s social justice efforts to lead and guide administration, faculty, and staff in their day-to-day decision-making. This educational process examined in the article was introduced through the College of Education’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee to engage administration, faculty, and staff in using their various perspectives focused on social justice to help them shift the college's current paradigm from understanding to action. The authors incorporated a conceptual framework as the foundation to develop the collaborative process to engage education professionals in ...


Full Issue Summer 2018 Volume 13, Issue 2 Nov 2018

Full Issue Summer 2018 Volume 13, Issue 2

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Fall 2008 Volume 3, Issue 3 Nov 2018

Full Issue Fall 2008 Volume 3, Issue 3

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Spring 2009 Volume 4, Issue 2 Nov 2018

Full Issue Spring 2009 Volume 4, Issue 2

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Winter 2009 Volume 4, Issue 1 Nov 2018

Full Issue Winter 2009 Volume 4, Issue 1

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Spring 2010 Volume 5, Issue 2 Nov 2018

Full Issue Spring 2010 Volume 5, Issue 2

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Summer 2016 Volume 11, Issue 2 Nov 2018

Full Issue Summer 2016 Volume 11, Issue 2

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Winter 2016 Volume 11, Issue 1 Nov 2018

Full Issue Winter 2016 Volume 11, Issue 1

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Summer 2015 Volume 10, Issue 2 Nov 2018

Full Issue Summer 2015 Volume 10, Issue 2

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Winter 2015 Volume 10, Issue 1 Nov 2018

Full Issue Winter 2015 Volume 10, Issue 1

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Summer 2014 Volume 9, Issue 2 Nov 2018

Full Issue Summer 2014 Volume 9, Issue 2

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Winter 2014 Volume 9, Issue 1 Nov 2018

Full Issue Winter 2014 Volume 9, Issue 1

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Summer 2013 Volume 8, Issue 2 Nov 2018

Full Issue Summer 2013 Volume 8, Issue 2

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Winter 2013 Volume 8, Issue 1 Nov 2018

Full Issue Winter 2013 Volume 8, Issue 1

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Summer 2012 Volume 7, Issue 2 Nov 2018

Full Issue Summer 2012 Volume 7, Issue 2

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Winter 2012 Volume 7, Issue 1 Nov 2018

Full Issue Winter 2012 Volume 7, Issue 1

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Summer 2017 Volume 12, Issue 2 Oct 2018

Full Issue Summer 2017 Volume 12, Issue 2

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Winter 2017 Volume 12, Issue 1 Oct 2018

Full Issue Winter 2017 Volume 12, Issue 1

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Winter 2018 Volume 13, Issue 1 Oct 2018

Full Issue Winter 2018 Volume 13, Issue 1

School Leadership Review

No abstract provided.


Instructor Impermanence And The Need For Community College Adjunct Faculty Reform In Colorado, Stephen P. Mumme Oct 2018

Instructor Impermanence And The Need For Community College Adjunct Faculty Reform In Colorado, Stephen P. Mumme

Academic Labor: Research and Artistry

This policy letter, prepared for the Colorado State Board of Community Colleges and Occupational Education and submitted in January 2018 reports on the occupational conditions of adjunct faculty in the Colorado Community College System. The document describes the adverse employment and instructional conditions present in the CCCS, arguing that current conditions threaten the quality and integrity of the General Transfer Pathways program (GT-Pathways) in Colorado. The letter advances a range of practical policy reforms for the consideration of Board that, if adopted would improve current working conditions for adjunct faculty and strengthen quality of community college instruction in Colorado.


How Race And Racism Empower A School's Curriculum, Sunni Ali Sep 2018

How Race And Racism Empower A School's Curriculum, Sunni Ali

Journal of Research Initiatives

Teaching students about race and racism are so multi-faceted and sophisticated, yet it remains the most crucial conversation and lesson to have with young people to empower them. One of the useful ways Americans can attempt to unravel and transform this complicated legacy is to make it a part of a school’s curriculum. Allowing race and racism to remain a hidden-aspect of a school’s curriculum reinforces its trivialization and dysfunction.

Indeed, having constructed, well-thought-out lessons about race and racism “myth-bust” any attempts for future Americans to continually embrace xenophobia and genetic inferiority. In recent years, the institution of ...


Exploring The Opportunities Of Minority Senior Executive U.S. Federal Government Agency Leaders: A Qualitative Analysis, Crystal Gathers-Whatley, Tyrone Chase Sep 2018

Exploring The Opportunities Of Minority Senior Executive U.S. Federal Government Agency Leaders: A Qualitative Analysis, Crystal Gathers-Whatley, Tyrone Chase

Journal of Research Initiatives

The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore the opportunities and challenges minority senior executive U.S. federal government agency leaders (MSELs) faced on their path to leadership, and their strategies to manage and overcome these challenges. The phrase minority senior executive leaders refer to individuals who lead U.S. executive departments; individual federal agencies, departments, or commissions; and those that report under the direct leadership of majority or minority leaders. This study explored how MSELs gained entry into leadership positions typically held by majority leaders; how MSELs take advantage of the opportunities presented to them; and what had ...


Praxis Core: A Systemic Approach To Helping Minority Students, Terrance M. Mcadoo, Danielle A. Harrison Sep 2018

Praxis Core: A Systemic Approach To Helping Minority Students, Terrance M. Mcadoo, Danielle A. Harrison

Journal of Research Initiatives

The purpose of this article was to provide potential solutions for teacher education programs with regard to assisting minority students with Praxis Core, a standardized test that’s mandatory for many teacher preparation students throughout the United States. The article not only examined solutions for minority students, especially African American students, but also it highlights the disparities between Caucasian and African American test takers in regard to Praxis Core. A major portion of the article discussed a three point systems that has proven to be effective in helping minority students to successfully pass Praxis Core, and the article explains the ...


The Industrial Revolution Of Higher Education, Adriel Adon Hilton, Kevin Mcclain, Donavan L. Outten Jul 2018

The Industrial Revolution Of Higher Education, Adriel Adon Hilton, Kevin Mcclain, Donavan L. Outten

Journal of Research Initiatives

For generations, higher education has accommodated its scholars through analog forms of instruction akin to blackboards and textbooks. As society blossomed into a globalized marketplace with information readily available at the stroke of a button, higher education has had to meet the needs of an evolving student population. Through the use of business models like Six Sigma, higher education has attempted to adapt and keep up with the times. This article will highlight the key impacts Six Sigma has had on higher education and supplementary improvements needed within the marketplace.