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Jane A. Van Galen,Van O. Dempsey
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This study (book in progress) centers a mothers’ movement for better educational opportunities for .

This study (book in progress) centers a mothers’ movement for better educational opportunities for their children in rural Mexico. The mothers struggled against historical education neglect, which led to them being brutalized, but not deterred from seeking an educational alternative. Specifically the CLI frame in education can help begin to challenge the erasure and misrepresentation of Indigenous Latinx students and families in .

In book: Trajectories, p. 17-126. Cite this publication. University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Do you want to read the rest of this chapter? Request full-text.

Trajectories: The Educational and Social Mobility of Educators from the Poor and Working Class, is a collection of mobility narratives of critical scholars in education from poor and working-class backgrounds

Trajectories: The Educational and Social Mobility of Educators from the Poor and Working Class, is a collection of mobility narratives of critical scholars in education from poor and working-class backgrounds.

The Series includes work on education and social mobility within three major themes .

Methodologies may include longitudinal studies.

MISSING RUNGS: Social Class and Higher Education Invisible WallsClass Matters This blog is an attempt to expose some of the invisible barriers that low-income and working class people routinely encounter on the road to higher education

MISSING RUNGS: Social Class and Higher Education Invisible WallsClass Matters This blog is an attempt to expose some of the invisible barriers that low-income and working class people routinely encounter on the road to higher education. Critical Educators from Poor and Working Class Backgrounds. This usage is so dominant in debate other than in studies of social mobility that in a book announcing The Death of Class Pakulski and Waters assert that: . .We don ;t like to talk about social class or personal

Mobility Studies and Education. Series E. van Galen, Jane.

Mobility Studies and Education. Titles in this series. Works in this Series will explore the complicated and shifting landscapes of wealth, opportunity, social class, and education in the changing global economic landscape, particularly at the intersections of race, ethnicity, religion, and gender. The Series includes work on education and social mobility within three major themes

Trajectories: The Educational and Social Mobility of Education Scholars from Poor and Working Class . Van Galen, J. (2011). Working Class Students and the Participation Divide: Learning in Participatory Culture. Working Class Studies Association, Chicago

Trajectories: The Educational and Social Mobility of Education Scholars from Poor and Working Class Backgrounds. and Noblit, G. (Ed. (2007). Late to Class: Schooling and Social Class in the New Economy. Albany: State University of New York Press. and Noblit G. (in press), Late to Class: Schooling and Social Class in the New Economy. Working Class Studies Association, Chicago. An Excellent Teacher in Every Classroom: Digital Divides in Participatory Culture.

Trajectories: The social and educational mobility of education scholars from poor and working class backgrounds. Education & Class, a blog by Dr. Jane Van Galen who frequently highlights class-related media, including the Harvard article above. Ward, . Siegel, M. & Davenport, Z. (2012). She is also behind the digital storytelling project, First in Our Families. Classism Exposed, a blog by Class Action, a non-profit organization doing amazing work, including hosting first-generation summits and exceptional classism workshops for student affairs professionals.

Trajectories: The Educational and Social Mobility of Educators from the Poor and Working Class, is a collection of mobility narratives of critical scholars in education from poor and working-class backgrounds. While Americans have long held deep-seated cultural beliefs in the capacity of schooling to level unequal playing fields, there has been little research on the psycho-social processes of social and educational mobility in the United States. Rising Up employs narrative research methodologies to interrogate the experiences of class border-crossing via success in school. This volume addresses two discourses within education: First, the experiences of those who have crossed class boundaries contribute to a deeper understanding of how social class functions in the United States. The narratives compiled in this volume explore class within the lives of young people on the margins, as identifies, ambition and achievement are constructed and negotiated in school. More specifically, the volume suggests new directions for policy and practice to counteract classism in schools and in the broader culture. As they write of the constraints that they circumvented to succeed against the odds, these authors complicate notions of opportunity as the inevitable reward for high achievement. As they write of agency and tenacity, they will illuminate cultural strengths that likely were invisible to teachers and peers. As critical scholars of education, the contributors to this volume speak specifically to ways in which teacher education can and should address issues of class.