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Articles from Phi Delta Kappan (February 1, 2016)

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A teaching makeover improves learning for diverse students: early-grade teachers broadened their views of students' skills, knowledge, and culture to improve their teaching and advance student learning. Doubet, Kristina J.; Hockett, Jessica A.; Brighton, Catherine M. 3126
Black moms are not given enough credit. Pringle, Khulia 823
College access improves for black students but for which ones? Are selective colleges as selective as they could be in choosing among black students for admission? Cokley, Kevin; Obaseki, Victor; Moran-Jackson, Karen; Jones, Leonie; Vohra-Gupta, Shetal 3588
Early college can boost college success rates for low-income, first-generation students: giving students a taste of college early can encourage them to persist in high school and through higher education. Ndiaye, Mamadou; Wolfe, Rebecca E. 3319
Early college puts youth on a college track: Jamal's choice to pursue early college changed the trajectory of his life, putting him on a path to college and out of harm's way. Edmunds, Julie A. 2708
Educators have unique role in reporting suspected abuse. Underwood, Julie 1368
Improve your research with JPASS. Brief article 162
Keeping millennials in classrooms requires time and support. Ferguson, Maria 1359
Measuring what matters. Brief article 141
Motivating disadvantaged students toward the possibility of college: psychological science has revealed a body of evidence that can help educators motivate disadvantaged students and work to keep them on track through high school and potentially into college. Destin, Mesmin; Kosko, Michael J. 2233
Online professional development a primer: educators have access to a dizzying array of virtual learning opportunities, but they must be mindful that working with colleagues produces some of the best learning. Bates, Meg S.; Phalen, Lena; Moran, Cheryl 2121
Playing against type. Richardson, Joan Editorial 691
Reaching for college. Obama, Michelle Brief article 112
Shaping a college-bound life not as easy as it sounds: simply setting a goal of getting students to enroll in college is insufficient; schools must focus on relationships, academic preparation, and school rituals that allow for multiple pathways of postsecondary success. Scornavacco, Karla 2843
The AP lever for boosting access, success, and equity: four New Jersey districts with different demographics substantially increased the number of students taking AP exams without significantly decreasing the average student scores. Roegman, Rachel; Hatch, Thomas 3050
The long shadow of poverty. 642
The promise of a college scholarship transforms a district: so-called promise scholarships shape dreams for students and encourage changes in educator beliefs about students. Ritter, Gary W.; Ash, Jennifer 3845
What educators should know about college-for-all policies: a more thorough understanding of community college occupational programs might give districts, schools, teachers, and advisers the tools to help students make informed choices among all their options. Ahearn, Caitlin; Rosenbaum, James; Rosenbaum, Janet 2844
What should Common Core assessments measure? Chandler, Kayla; Fortune, Nicholas; Lovett, Jennifer N.; Scherrer, Jimmy 1964
Whatever happened to Foxfire? Still glowing? Fifty years later, Foxfire's practices are often embraced by educators, even if they no longer know its name. Glickman, Carl 2023
Zuckerberg's new mission. Brief article 113

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