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Overview


Millennial Teachers of Color explores the opportunities and challenges for creating and sustaining a healthy teaching force in the United States. Millennials are the largest generational cohort in American history, with approximately ninety million members and, of these, roughly 43 percent are people of color. This book, edited by prominent teacher educator Mary E. Dilworth, considers the unique qualities, challenges, and opportunities posed by that large population for the teaching field.
 
Noting that a diverse teaching and learning community enhances student achievement, particularly for the underserved and underachieving preK–12 student population, Dilworth argues that efforts to recruit, groom, and retain teachers of color are out-of-date and inadequate. She and the contributors offer fresh looks at these millennials and explore their views of the teaching profession; focus attention on their relation to schools and teaching; and consider how these young teachers feel about teaching for social justice.
 
The book is intended to disrupt the current line of inquiry that suggests that by simply increasing the number of teachers of color equity has been established. Readers will gain insights on this unique and valuable group of prospective and practicing preK–12 educators and understanding of the need for more contemporary approaches to recruitment, preparation, hiring, and placement.

Contributors
 
Keffrelyn D. Brown
Keith C. Catone
Genesis A. Chavez
Marcus J. Coleman
Hollee R. Freeman
Michael Hansen
Socorro G. Herrera
Sarah Ishmael
Sabrina Hope King
Adam T. Kuranishi  
Lindsay A. Miller
Amanda R. Morales
Janice Hamilton Outtz
Zollie Stevenson Jr.
Dulari Tahbildar
Angela M. Ward
 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781682531426
Publisher: Harvard Education Press
Publication date: 05/01/2018
Series: Race and Education
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 297,837
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.20(d)

About the Author


Mary E. Dilworth is a former senior vice-president of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. She currently serves as an independent consultant to nonprofit organizations and educational institutions. 

Table of Contents

Series Foreword H. Richard Milner IV ix

Foreword Lisa Delpit xiii

Introduction Mary E. Dilworth 1

1 Stagger Lee: Millennial Teachers' Perspectives, Politics, and Prose Sarah Ishmael Adam T. Kuranishi Genesis A. Chavez Lindsay A. Miller 11

2 Millennials, Generation Xers, and Boomers-A Demographic Overview Janice Hamilton Outtz Marcus J. Coleman 25

3 Understanding "Me" Within "Generation Me": The Meaning Perspectives Held Toward and by Millennial Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Teachers Socorro G. Herrera Amanda R. Morales 39

4 Millennial Teachers of Color and Their Quest for Community Hollee R. Freeman 63

5 Ushering in a New Era of Teacher Activism: Beyond Hashtags, Building Hope Keith C. Catone Dulari Tahbildar 73

6 Black Preservice Teachers on Race and Racism in the Millennial Era: Considerations for Teacher Education Keffrelyn D. Brown Angela M. Ward 89

7 Advancing the Practices of Millennial Teachers of Color with the EquityEd Professional Learning Framework Sabrina Hope King 105

8 Removing Barriers to the Recruitment and Retention of Millennial Teachers of Color Zollie Stevenson Jr. 125

9 The Double-Edged Sword of Education Policy Trends Michael Hansen 141

Notes 157

Acknowledgments 179

About the Editor 181

About the Contributors 183

Index 191

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