On the Lives and Education of Children
Edited By Paul L. Thomas, Paul R. Carr, Julie A. Gorlewski and Brad J. Porfilio
Vonzell Agosto is an assistant professor at the University of South Florida in the Department of Leadership, Counseling, Adult, Career, and Higher Education. Her research program focuses on the intersections of curriculum, leadership, and anti-oppressive education in the preparation or practice of educators and school administrators.
Rachel K. Brickner is an associate professor in the Department of Politics at Acadia University (Canada). She has previously published on workers’ activism and labor rights for marginalized workers, including women and migrant workers. Her current research focuses on the activism of educators in the context of neoliberal education reform.
Brandon Buck is a doctoral fellow in philosophy and education at Teachers College, Columbia University. His primary research interests include education policy, contemporary theories of justice, and normative policy analysis. Communications can be sent to Brandon.email@example.com.
Michael Burger is an assistant professor and Lead Dissertation Chair for the EdD Program in the Carter and Moyers School of Education at Lincoln Memorial University. His research focuses on developing and implementing innovative information systems to help educators manage the complexity associated with implementing student-centered, standards-based instructional programs.
Paul R. Carr is a professor in the Department of Education at the Université du Québec en Outaouais, a French-language university in Gatineau, Québec, ← 305 | 306 → which is part of the national capital region with Ottawa. His research interests include political sociology, interculturalism, democracy, transformative education, media literacy, and peace studies. He is the...
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