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The impossibility of being “perfect and white”: Black girls’ racialized and gendered schooling experiences.
DJ Carter Andrews, T Brown, E Castro, E Id-Deen
American Educational Research Journal, https://doi.org/10.3102/0002831219849392, 2019
1162019
Changing the narrative on diversifying the teaching workforce: A look at historical and contemporary factors that inform recruitment and retention of teachers of color
DJ Carter Andrews, E Castro, CL Cho, E Petchauer, G Richmond, ...
Journal of Teacher Education 70 (1), 6-12, 2019
1152019
Teaching anti-essentialist historical inquiry
M Santiago, E Castro
The Social Studies 110 (4), 170-179, 2019
132019
Civic life in the neighborhood: Leveraging historical context to teach injustice in the elementary grades
AL Halvorsen, M Santiago, E Castro, A Whitford
Social Studies Journal 38 (2), 6-19, 2018
42018
The case for leveraging multiple resource pedagogies: Teaching about racism in a secondary history classroom
E Castro
Teaching and Teacher Education 109, 103567, 2022
32022
Twelve years unslaved: Lessons from Reconstruction and Brown for contemporary school leaders
E Castro, CB Presberry, TT Venzant-Chambers
Journal of Research on Leadership Education, DOI: 10.1177/1942775119878465, 2019
32019
“How every Black man should be”: Historical narrative construction as identity rearticulation
E Castro
The Journal of Social Studies Research, 2022
2022
Progress in the Time of MAGA: Negotiating Narratives About Race and Racism in Two Urban High Schools
EA Castro
Michigan State University, 2020
2020
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