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Centering the voices of Teachers of Color creates an opportunity to understand frequently overlooked ways in which they navigate racial hierarchies in their quest to teach and thrive in schools settings. This research study places aspiring and current Teachers of Color at the center by examining their teaching and learning experiences through the analysis of their written testimonies to identify common academic and professional interests and explore how they navigate challenges to these interests.
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Conra D. Gist
- Springer Netherlands