1998 NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellows

Alfredo J. Artiles, University of California, Los Angeles

Toward a Sociocultural Theory of Teacher Learning About Student Diversity

Richard B. Arum, University of Arizona

The Causes of State Variation in Public School Disciplinary Practices

Dwight S. Atkinson, Auburn University

“Sometimes I Know I Can Never Learn English”: English Education Among Disadvantaged Groups in Gujurat, India

Brigid J.S. Barron, Stanford University

Acceptance and Rejection of Good Ideas in Problem Groups: An Analysis of Conversations Among High-Achieving Sixth Graders Working Within a Video-Based Microworld

Ming M. Chiu, University of California, Los Angeles

Evaluating Group Work Processes: Introducing a New Methodological Tool

Pamela E. Dean, Louisiana State University

Covert Curriculum: Class, Gender, and Student Culture at a New-South Woman’s College, 1892-1932

E. Margaret Evans, University of Toledo

Confronting the Existential Question: The Emergence of an Understanding of Existence and Non-Existence in Elementary-School Children

Maria E. Franquiz, University of Colorado

Informing Reform Efforts: Latino Students and the (Re)Construction of Academic Identity

Steven R. Guberman, University of Colorado

Working on Understanding: Peer Conversations in a Children’s Discovery Center

Gretchen W. Guiton, University of Southern California

Connecting Large-Scale Assessment with Local-Opportunity-to-Learn Indicators in Urban Schools

Rochelle GutiƩrrez, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Advancing Latino High-School Students in Mathematics: Practices, Beliefs, and Consequences of an Effective Mathematics Department

Grace Kao, University of Pennsylvania

Family Influences on the Educational Outcomes of Immigrant Youth

Gregory J. Kelly, University of California, Santa Barbara

Discourse and Epistemology in Science Education

Paul C. LePore, University of Washington

Choosing Your Alma Mater: A Discrete Choice Model of High-School Selection

Gerald K. LeTendre, Pennsylvania State University

Emotional Choices: How Schools Affect the Educational Decisions of Young Adolescents and Their Families

Xiaodong Lin, Vanderbilt University

Effects of Peers, Cultures and Technologies on Students’ Self-Assessment

Kathleen A. Mahoney, Boston College

Public Debate and Private Conversations: The Harvard Law School Controversy and the Transformation of Catholic Higher Education, 1893-1910

Danny B. Martin, Contra Costa College

Mathematics Socialization and Identity Among African Americans: A Multilevel Analysis of Community Forces, School Forces, and Individual Agency

Rodney E. McNair, Vanderbilt University

An International Study of the Development of Mathematics Learning Moments

Karen E. Mundy, Stanford University

Educational Multilateralism in a Changing World Order

Sheila E. Murray, University of Kentucky

Empirical Investigations of the Real Effects of Court-Mandated Reform: What Schools Do with More Resources

Christine A. Ogren, University of South Florida

The State Normal School Experience: A History

Frank Pajares, Emory University

Girls, Boys, and Mathematics Self-Efficacy: Reappraising the Confidence Gap

Jianping Shen, Western Michigan University

Traditionally and Alternatively Certified Teachers in Public Schools

Richard N. Steinberg, University of Maryland

Understanding Science: The Influence of Computers in College Physics

Armando I. Trujillo, University of Texas, San Antonio

“The Heart of the Community”: Cultivating Community and Student Success

Caroline Winterer, Northwestern University

The Classics and the Transformation of American Higher Education, 1780-1900

Tatyana V. Yakhontova, L’viv State University

Anglo-American and Slavic (Ukranian, Russian) Research Genres: Linguistic, Intercultural and Pedagogical Issues

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