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Volume 18 Number 1
 


The Politics of Correction
By Linda Christensen
Nurturing student writing to make it "language of power".

Rethinking Our Classrooms
By the editors of Rethinking Schools
Teaching for equity and justice is more important than ever.

Editorial: Time to Renew Movements for Justice
By the editors of Rethinking Schools
Encourage movements for social justice at the national level.

Houston's "Zero Dropout" Rate
By Michael Winerip
Texas schools report dropout rates, Enron style.

NCLB: Don't Mourn, Organize
By Monty Neill
Making lemonade from NCLB lemons.

Keeping Public Schools Public
By Barbara Miner
Republicans deliberately undermining Head Start.

Field Trip
By Rebecca Constantino
A teacher observes social inequities during a class trip.

Talking Wrong
By Patricia Smith
A mother tries to leave her Southern accent behind.

Money, Schools, and Justice
By Stan Karp
State-by-state battle for funding equity gets mixed results.

Urban Students Tackle Research on Inequality
By East Side Community High School (11th graders)
High schoolers see school funding inequities for themselves.

Understanding Large Numbers
By Bob Peterson
Using the current military budget to explore large numbers

Home Buying While Brown or Black
By Eric Gutstein
Mathematics for racial justice using mortgage loans.

Forgive and Remember
By Tracy Wagner
Teaching forgiveness through poetry and art.

"Unacceptable": My School and my Students Are Labeled as Failures
by Amy Ambrosio
Labelling schools "low-performing" has consequences for all.

Unwrapping the Holidays
By Dale Weiss
A first-year teacher's naivety has repercussions.