Vol 4 Issue 2 – Scholar Perspective

Amending Colorado’s Constitution Scholar perspective By | Adria Padilla-Chávez Seeking to understand the role of education in our society and in our daily lives has been a lifelong inquiry chronicled in my twenty years of teaching in public schools and most recently my graduate work as a doctoral student. In Read more…

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Vol 4 Issue 1 – Scholar Perspective

Teacher Retention Scholar perspective By | Bryan Bohanan Teachers serve multiple roles in the lives of students: mentors, teachers, sources of knowledge, and key contributors in shaping the lives of students. Well-being is nuanced; the need for physical, mental, and emotional health can vary from person to person, and a Read more…

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Vol 4 Issue 1 – Scholar Perspective

Teacher Retention Community perspective By | Dr. Asia Lyons Racial Battle Fatigue’s Impact On Black Educators & Our Families “The first thing he starts with me is about racism and how he believes in the bootstrap kind of idea of everything. And that’s what he teaches the students here at Read more…

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Vol 3 Issue 3 – Scholar Perspective

School Data Scholar perspective By |  Dara Marin Prais, PhD When you think of “data,” what comes to mind? For many people, if not most, initial thoughts lean toward quantitative or numerical values that can be statistically analyzed instead of qualitative or non-numerical data gathered from interviews, focus groups, observations, Read more…

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Vol 3 Issue 2 – Scholar Perspective

Student Safety Scholar perspective By | Jon Wells Pragmatism,  Community Inclusion, and School Safety Keeping schools safe only seems to get more complicated as our society evolves and changes its expectations of what schools provide for students. Safety and security scenarios require nuanced approaches, differing for large-scale threats like mass shootings Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 4 – Scholar Perspective

Housing and Education Scholar perspective By | Carrie Makarewicz, Marisa Westbrook, and Ryanne Ototivo Time is one of the most important resources we have. When families have nearby or accessible resources, they save time and money. Unfortunately, families in under-resourced neighborhoods experience the converse: long, expensive, tiresome, stressful, and even unsafe Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 3 -Scholar Perspective

Working Together To Make Change Scholar perspective By | Dane Stickney In reading the piece by Allan Tellis, DJEC’s Chier Writer, the following line stuck with me: “Students have a particularly good vantage point to assess what is going well within the educational system as well as what is not.” Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 2 -Scholar Perspective

Learning about “American” ideologies, values, and identities in public schools Scholar perspective By | Jarrod Hanson, PhD                 The connection between the educational system in the US and the idea of being or becoming an “American” is complex, and that is illustrated by Read more…

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Vol 2 Issue 1-Scholar Perspective

Setting new priorities for public education Scholar Perspective By |  Danielle Walker Planting the Seeds of Liberation  The global COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the very roots of the US educational system.  US education at its roots is traditional, rigid, and quite frankly designed for White students. Therefore, this system has Read more…

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Vol 1 Issue 3-Scholar Perspective

Adjusting to new social and educational realitiesScholar PerspectiveBy | Willam Anderson The US experience with the COVID-19 pandemic (itself resulting in the loss of more than 210,000 lives) has come with a laundry list of other challenges: economic and employment catastrophe, social isolation, schools in disarray, and a restructuring of Read more…

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