Building on the success of the 2006 Race and Pedagogy National Conference and the sustained efforts of Puget Sound faculty, staff, students, and community partners, the University of Puget Sound presented its second national conference with the theme “Teaching and Learning for Justice: Danger and Opportunity in Our Critical Moment” on October 28-30, 2010.

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Submissions from 2010

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Toward renewed pedagogical praxis and partnerships for the educational excellence of students of color in the formal classroom and beyond, Terry Beck, Frederick Douglas Alcorn, Carol Bonilla-Bowman, and Claire Peinado Fraczek

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Access This! Pedagogies and Politics for Educational Justice, Sandra L. Dahlberg, Theresa Ann Case, Jeffrey W. Flosi, Chuck Jackson, and Dagmar Scharold

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Doing Art at Racialized Intersections: Marita Dingus’ Responsibility Figures in Your Classroom, Marita Dingus

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The Lincoln center extended school day model: It ain't rocket science: school reform in Washington State, Patrick Erwin, Amy Lavold, Nathan Gibbs-Bowling, and Sara Balk

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Shifting the literacy paradigm : writing, performing, and transforming monologues with 9th graders in an urban high school, Fred Hamel, Rosalind C. Bell, Amy Lavold, and Jennifer Zamura

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Troubling pedagogical and curricular foundations of teaching and learning in our 'post racial' moment, Emily Ignacio, Jerry Rosiek, and Kevin Kumashiro

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Tacoma and Food: Creating a Food Equitable City, Dean Jackson, Glynnis Kirchmeier, Stephanie Leisle, Kristen McIvor, Danielle Harrington, and William Haltom

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Revolutionizing the education reform debate, Thelma A. Jackson, Anh Nguyen, Amy Wilkes, and Karen Waters

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The Education Reform Revolution: A Movement Whose Time Has Come!, Thelma Jackson, Bernal Baca, Chris Korsmo, and Carla Santorno

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Where Pedagogy Meets Politics, Strategy and Money, Rosalund Jenkins, Lyle Quasim, Mary Alice Heuschel, and Josh Garcia

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Culture and Pedagogic Competencies: Teacher Professional Development at the Crossroads of Our Critical Moment, Erin Jones

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Where Do We Learn From Here: The Rhetoric and Politics of (Dis)Integration, Mark McPhail

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History and Rhetoric of Our Racial Present, Susan A. Owen, Mark Lawrence McPhail, and Michael K. Honey

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Closing the Achievement Gap: Tacoma Youth Lend Their Voices, Vision, and Experiences to the Conversation, Laurie Fisher Ruiz and Bill Hanawalt

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Courage, Creativity and Innovation in Educational Leadership and Transformation, Douglas Cazaux Sackman and Cheryl Crazy Bull

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Turning the Vision into Reality: Integrating Academic Preparation, Advising, Mentoring and Financial Aid into a College-Going Culture, Steve Schain, Judy Brockhoff, Trevor Kagochi, and Carrie Staloch

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Making Mathematical Excellence For Our Children: How Policy, Pedagogy and Culture Meet, David Scott, Maria del Rosiario Zavala, Kandy Cassaday-Steel, and Rosanne Fulton

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Having a Say/Leading the Way: Narratives of Distress/Visions for Success for Academic Women of Color, Mary-Antoinette Smith, Natasha Martin, Pamela Taylor, Sharon Cumberland, and Sharon Suh

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Beating the odds: higher education's role in preparing minority students for success in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), Ronald R. Thomas, Freeman A. Hrabowski, Lyle Quasim, Patricia Spakes, and Artee Young

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Programs that work in helping underrepresented students graduate from high school and attend college, Laura Tyler, Kim Renee Bobby, Neiri Carrasco, Lull Mengesha, and Clarence J. Dancer

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What does it take to prepare all students for college; the story of two high schools, Dan Wolfrom, Colleen Philbrook, and Bernadette Ray