Advances in Race and Ethnicity in Education

Advances in Race and Ethnicity in Education provides an outlet for scholars and researchers whose work focuses on the dynamics of race and ethnicity in different educational contexts in the United States and abroad.

The series includes theoretical, quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research studies, as well as policy analysis. It is the premiere outlet for research on perspectives of race and ethnicity in education, aiming to improve the understanding of race and ethnicity in K-12 schools and how such constructs shape the schooling experiences and learning outcomes for students in different educational contexts.

The series is intended to be attractive to a diverse audience of professionals and constituents (e.g., educators, researchers, policymakers, parents, and community leaders). The editors also welcome proposals that address the intersections of race and ethnicity with other social constructs (e.g., gender, sexuality, disability, socioeconomic status, etc.).

Coverage includes, but is not restricted to:

  • Girls of Color in STEM Education
  • Latino Males in K-12 Schools and Society
  • Early Childhood Education for English Learners
  • Race, Ethnography, and Education
  • Students of Color and Disability Education in K-12 Schools
  • Special Education for Black and Latino Males in K-12 Schools
  • Underrepresentation of Black and Latino Students in K-12 Gifted Education
  • Supplemental Learning in Urban and Rural School Contexts for Students of Color in K-12 Schools
  • Policies of Immigrant Education
  • Hip Hop and Social Justice Education in K-12 Schooling
  • Bilingualism and American K-12 Schools
  • Black Feminism as a Paradigm for Teaching in K-12 Schools
  • Pathways from K-12 Schools to Postsecondary Education for Low-Income Students of Color

To submit a proposal to this series, please contact the series editors via email:

Dr. Chance W. Lewis
Carol Grotnes Belk Distinguished Full Professor and Endowed Chair of Urban Education, College of Education, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Executive Director of the UNC Charlotte Urban Education Collaborative
chance.lewis@gmail.com

Dr. James L. Moore III
Associate Provost in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, director of the Todd Anthony Bell National Resource Center on the African American Male, and EHE Distinguished Professor of Urban Education, Ohio State University
moore.1408@osu.edu


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