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Cara Furman, University of Maine Farmington,  Editor

2020:  Talk as a Means to Bridge Perspectives: What Can (and Cannot) be Accomplished

THE PROBLEMATIZATION AND RECONSTRUCTION OF EDUCATIONAL LIFE: LESSONS FOR TEACHER PREPARATION FROM THE RED FOR ED MOVEMENT

Benjamin Kearl, School of Education, Purdue University Fort Wayne

A SOCIALIST GUIDE TO EDUCATION TALK

David I. Backer, Westchester University

2019: How Might Philosophy Help Frame and Inform Teacher Resistance?

RESISTING LOCKER ROOM TALK: 

RESOURCES FOR EDUCATORS

Jeff Frank, St. Lawrence University

ROUGH SEAS: EARLY-CAREER TEACHERS’ MORAL DIFFICULTIES IN EDUCATING FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE

Tatiana Geron, Harvard Graduate School of Education

Garry Mitchell, Harvard Graduate School of Education

2016:
HOW SHOULD EDUCATORS THINK ABOUT SCHOOL SHOOTINGS?
Bryan Warnick, The Ohio State University
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