The Education Trust The Education Trust is a national non-profit advocacy organization that promotes high academic achievement for all students at all levels, particularly for students of color and low-income students.
ARTICLES AND INFORMATION
Brown, K. D., Brown, A. L. (2011). Teaching K-8 Students about Race: African Americans, Racism, & the Struggle for Social Justice in the U.S..Multicultural Education
Bell, E.L. (1989). Racial and Ethnic Diversity: the Void in Organizational Behavior Courses. Journal of Management Education, 13(4), 56-67.
Cook, A. L., Shah, A., Brodsky, L., & Morizio, L. J. (in press). Building effective school-family-community partnerships through community dialogues. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology.
Cook, A. L., & Krueger-Henney, P. (2017). Group work that examines systems of power with young people: Youth participatory action research. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 2, 1-18. doi:10.1080/01933922.2017.1282570?
Lund, D. E., & Nabavi, M. (2008). Understanding Student Anti-Racism Activism to Foster Social Justice in Schools. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 10(1), 1-20
McMahon, B.(2007) Educational Administrators’ Conceptions of Whiteness, Anti-Racism and Social Justice Journal of Educational Administration, 684-696
DeMatthews, D. (2015). Making Sense of Social Justice Leadership: A Case Study of a Principal’s Experiences to Create a More Inclusive School. Leadership And Policy In Schools, 14(2), 139-166.