How Current School Reform Policy Maintains Racial and Economic Inequality
Edited By Bree Picower and Edwin Mayorga
About the Contributors
Ujju Aggarwal is a writer, activist, and teacher. Her research grows out of her long-time work as a community organizer and educator. She has taught at Hunter College, Sarah Lawrence College, SUNY Educational Opportunities Center, and The New School. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Urban Policy and Research Analysis (UT Austin). She works with the Parent Leadership Project, INCITE!, and is on the Community Advisory Board of the Participatory Action Research Center for Education Organizing.
Wayne Au is an Associate Professor in the College of Educational Studies at the University of Washington Bothell, and he is an editor for the social justice education magazine and publisher, Rethinking Schools.
Amy Brown is an anthropologist and educator whose work focuses on race, gender, and the impacts of privatization on public institutions. She brings five years of experience as a teacher in New York City public secondary schools to her scholarship. Her book, A Good Investment? Privatization and Professional Performance in an Urban Public School, is currently under contract with the University of Minnesota Press. She is a faculty member in the Critical Writing Program at the University of Pennsylvania.
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