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Mentoring Students of Color

Naming the Politics of Race, Social Class, Gender, and Power

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Edited by Juan F. Carrillo, Danielle Parker Moore and Timothy Condor

As more students of color continue to make up our nation’s schools, finding ways to address their academic and cultural ways knowing become important issues. This book explores these intersections, by covering a variety of topics related to race, social class, and gender, all within a multiyear study of a mentoring program that is situated within U.S. K-12 schools. Furthermore, the role of power is central to the analyses as the contributors examine questions, tensions, and posit overall critical takes on mentoring. Finally, suggestions for designing critical and holistic programming are provided.

Contributors are: Shanyce L. Campbell, Juan F. Carrillo, Tim Conder, Dana Griffin, Alison LaGarry, George Noblit, Danielle Parker Moore, Esmeralda Rodriguez, and Amy Senta.

Edited by Kelly-Ann Allen and Christopher Boyle

Edited by Kelly-Ann Allen and Christopher Boyle

A Historical Account of School Belonging

Understanding the Past and Providing Direction for the Future

Christopher D. Slaten, Kelly-Ann Allen, Jonathan K. Ferguson, Dianne Vella-Brodrick and Lea Waters

Edited by Kelly-Ann Allen and Christopher Boyle

Edited by Kelly-Ann Allen and Christopher Boyle

The Path Least Followed

Moving into the Future of School Belonging Research and towards Clearer Interventions

Christopher Boyle and Kelly-Ann Allen

Perceptions of School Climate

The Role of Extracurricular Activities

Crystal Coker, Andrew Martinez, Susan D. McMahon, Jonathan Cohen and Amrit Thapa