|Towards equity in health : envisioning authentic health education in schools
||"In U.S. history, there has never been a time when the health status of African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, or Asians has come close to that of white Americans. On the whole, non-white groups persistently experience higher degrees of chroni...
|Jewishly-informed mature adult service-learning
||The purpose of this study is to describe, implement, and interpret the intersection of service-learning, Jewish values and ways of knowing, adult education, and lifelong learning for people over the age of 50. By expanding service-learning to include...
|How can teachers teach for social justice within the confines of the No Child Left Behind era? an inquiry into tensions between classroom teachers and mandated curriculum and methodologies
||Careful journaling spanning ten years of classroom work in elementary and middle school grades was the data used in the research. Utilizing journals and various forms of correspondence and note-taking, this investigation demonstrates what is required...
|Teaching peace: an exploration of identity development of peace educators
||The purpose of this research was to explore the identity of those who can be called "Peace Educators," and to contextualize the concept of that identity within the field of Peace Education by presenting an historical background of the field and by ex...
|Trafficking in women: when survivors find their voice
||The purpose of this study is to help survivors of human trafficking, who so desire, break the silence and give voice to their stories of trafficking and surviving in order to educate the public about trafficking, help service providers improve curren...
|Educational emancipation: addressing retention and graduation of traditional aged undergraduate African American male students
||This study examined the issues and factors that impact the college retention and graduation rate of traditional-aged African American male undergraduate students at Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs) in the United States. Currently, the structur...
|El camino arduoso—the arduous pilgrimage: an autoethnography examining the impact of patriarchy on critical democracy and Catholic schooling
||This autoethnography critically examines my experiences with the Catholic Church, Catholic schools, organizational structures, and hierarchical relationships in order to make social and cultural connections that speak to the larger Catholic community...
|World religions: seeing with, not looking at
||The traditional World Religions construct instantiates a nineteenth-century, Christian, male, Western worldview. Despite its apparent objectivity, it catalogues the peoples of the world according to extrinsic values and descriptors, and parades them ...