By Julie Andrzejewski, Marta P. Baltodano, Linda Symcox
Foreword / Antonia Darder 1. Social Justice, Peace, and Environmental schooling: worldwide and Indivisible / Julie Andrzejewski, Marta P. Baltodano, and Linda Symcox -- half One: studying from local Educators and Indigenous groups: Transformative rules and Cultural criteria. 2. Mai i te Maramatanga, ki te Putanga Mai o te Tahuritanga: From Conscientization to Transformation / Graham Smith -- three. Culturally Responsive colleges for Alaska local scholars: A version for Social Justice, Peace, and Environmental schooling / Ray Barnhardt -- half : Transformative schooling for Human Rights, Peace, All Species and the Earth. four. From "A country in danger" to "No baby Left Behind:" 25 Years of Neoliberal Reform in schooling / Linda Symcox -- five. Reclaiming criteria for a revolutionary schedule: Human Rights schooling criteria for lecturers and instructor schooling / Todd Jennings -- 6. Environmental schooling: From foreign get to the bottom of to neighborhood adventure and Inquiry / David Greenwood, Bob Offei Manteaw, and Gregory A. Smith -- 7. schooling for Peace and Nonviolence / Julie Andrzejewski -- eight. Social accountability and instructing younger Children:An schooling for residing in moral and worrying methods / Beth Blue Swadener and Leigh O'Brien -- nine. Interspecies schooling for people, Animals, and the Earth / Julie Andrzejewski, Helena Pedersen, and Freeman Wicklund -- half 3: Integrating Identities with worldwide Justice, Peace, and Environmental schooling. 10. (Re)imagining New Narratives of Racial, hard work, and Environmental energy: in the direction of a Liberatory schooling for Latina/o scholars / Yvette Lapayese -- eleven. releasing Minds, Hearts, and Souls: Forging an Anti-Colonial Framework to discover the Asian-American adventure / Glenn Omatsu. 12. "A earlier isn't really a Heritage": Reclaiming Indigenous ideas for Social Justice and the schooling of individuals of African Descent / Nola Butler Byrd and Menan Jangu -- thirteen. attaining Conceptual Equilibrium: criteria for Gender Justice in schooling / Renée Jeanne Martin -- 14. incapacity reports in schooling: directions and moral perform / Robin M. Smith, Deborah Gallagher, Valerie Owen, and Thomas M. Skrtic -- 15. Queered criteria: residing and dealing for Peace and Justice / Darla Linville, Christopher Walsh, David Lee Carlson -- half 4: topics, demanding situations, and strength of SJPEE criteria. sixteen. The Pursuit of Social Justice within the usa / Marta P. Baltodano -- 17. comparing country Curriculum criteria: A Multicultural viewpoint / Robert Crafton -- 18. in the direction of a Collective imaginative and prescient for Social Justice, Peace, and Environmental schooling / Julie Andrzejewski, Marta P. Baltodano, Ray Barnhardt, and Linda Symcox
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Edu/handbook/ WINHEC. (2004). WINHEC accreditation handbook. Auckland, New Zealand: World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium. html ALASKA STANDARDS FOR CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE SCHOOLS Cultural Standards for Students Cultural Standards for Educators Cultural Standards for the Curriculum Cultural Standards for Schools Cultural Standards for Communities Sponsored by: Alaska Federation of Natives Alaska Rural Systemic Initiative Alaska Rural Challenge Alaska Native Knowledge Network Ciulistet Research Association Association of Interior Native Educators Southeast Native Educators Association North Slope Inupiaq Educators Association Association of Native Educators of the Lower Kuskokwim Association of Northwest Native Educators Alaska Native Education Student Association Alutiiq Native Educator Association Unangan Educator Association Alaska Native Education Council Alaska Native Teachers for Excellence/Anchorage 38 Ray Barnhardt Tribal College Consortium/Ilisagvik College Alaska First Nations Research Network Center for Cross-Cultural Studies Adopted by the Assembly of Alaska Native Educators Anchorage, Alaska February 3, 1998 The following standards have been developed by Alaska Native educators to provide a way for schools and communities to examine the extent to which they are attending to the educational and cultural well-being of the students in their care.
The consistent improvement in academic performance of students in AKRSI-affiliated schools over each of the past 10 years leads us to conclude that the cumulative effect of utilizing the Alaska Standards for Culturally Responsive Schools to promote increased connections between what students experience in school and what they experience outside school appears to have a significant positive impact on their academic performance (AKRSI, 2005). With regard to academic achievement, the incorporation of the Alaska Standards for Culturally Responsive Schools in all aspects of the school curriculum and the demonstration of their applicability in providing alternative avenues to meet the state content standards is central.
A major development at this time was that Maori communities formed a substantial critique (in that they became politically conscientized) of the continued failure of the existing system, despite, ostensibly well-intended policy reform over the years, to change these negative outcomes for Maori. Furthermore, Maori parents became increasingly conscientized about some of the structural impediments to their education aspirations. That is, they began to penetrate the hegemonies that held dominant, Pakeha state education in place.