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Journal of Leadership, Equity, and Research

Journal of Leadership, Equity, and Research is a peer reviewed open access online journal that publishes high-quality original papers. The scope of the journal is broad and encompassing, covering a range of research areas.

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VOL 7, NO 3 (2021)

Journal of Leadership, Equity, and Research

Table of Contents
Articles

Foreword: Critical Race Realities
Mahmoud Suleiman

Preface: Tenets of Critical Race Theory
Ken Magdaleno

The Effects of School Belonging and Peer Influences on the Achievement of High School Immigrant Students
Arnold Sánchez Ordaz and Eduardo Mosqueda

It Is Not If, But When: Organizational and Leadership Recommendations for the Upcoming Demand for Expanded DL Programs and Their Articulation
Eduardo R. Muñoz-Muñoz and Allison Briceño

The Differential LatinX Attainment Rate: A Comparative Analysis of Recent Trends in Educational Achievements
Enrique S. Pumar

School Counselors and Special Education Teachers Involvement in Leadership Activities at their School Sites
Kimmie S. Tang, Kitty M. Fortner, and Ronald D. Morgan

Examining Culturally Relevant Leadership Best Practices in Different Educational Environments
Michael L. Washington

Book Review
Pablo D. Montes

Book Review
Shaylyn Marks and David Sandles

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VOL 7, NO 2 (2021)

Journal of Leadership, Equity, and Research

Special Edition – Latina/o/x PreK-12 Education

Table of Contents
Articles

Foreword
Mahmoud Suleiman

Introduction To The Special Edition On Latina/o/x Prek-12 Education
Gilberto Q. Conchas, Marco A. Murillo, Leticia Oseguera, Sophia Rodriguez

“We Have That Opportunity Now”: Black And Latinx Geographies, (Latinx) Racialization, and “New Latinx South”
Rebeca Gamez, Timothy Monreal

Is Structural Change “Practical”? Latino Boys & Imagining Otherwise
Omar Davila Jr.

Bilingual Teaching Practices: Meeting The Needs Of Latina/o Youth In Secondary Schools
Marco A. Bravo, Claudia Rodriguez-Mojica

How Are California’s Latina/x/o Students Faring?: Charter Elementary Schools’ Spanish/English Dual Language Programs
Liana Balloffet, Kip Téllez

Ignite The Leader Within: Virtual Latinx Youth Empowerment And Community Leadership Amid Covid-19
Pablo Montes, Monica Bourommavong, Judith Landeros, Luis Urrieta, Jr., Courtney Robinson

School Leadership For Latinx, Immigrant Students And Families: Centering Advocacy And Critical Care
Adriana Villavicencio

“It’s Like Where Do I Belong?”: Latinx Undocumented Youth Activism, Identity, and Belonging in North Carolina
Felicia Arriaga, Sophia Rodriguez

Book Review
Verónica N. Vélez

Commentary
Sabrina Zirkel, Marco Bravo

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VOL 7, NO 1 (2021)

Journal of Leadership, Equity, and Research

Table of Contents

Articles

Foreword: E Pluribus Unun: Pillars for Equity and Social Justice
Mahmoud Suleiman

Perceptions Of Inequality As Racial Projects: Uncovering Ethnoracial And Gendered Patterns Among First-generation College-going Asian American Students
Gilberto Q Conchas, Socorro Cambero, Vanessa Delgado, Jess Lee, and Leticia Oseguera

Effects Of A Collaborative, Technology-based Intervention Involving School Principals To Retain Early-career Teachers: A Scaled, Quantitative Research Study
James A. Martinez, Frederick L. Uy, and Cathy Williams

Embracing Asset-based School Leadership Dispositions In Advancing True Equity And Academic Achievement For Students Living In Poverty
Kitty M. Fortner, Jose Lalas, and Heidi Strikwerda

Knowledge In Use: Designing For Play In Kindergarten Science Contexts
Jeanane Charara, Emily Adah Miller, and Joseph Krajcik

Wise-compassionate Framework: A Leadership Guide To Educational Equity
Felipe Mercado

Commentary — An Anti-American Ban On Critique: A Critical Policy Commentary
Mia Settles-Tidwell, Ari Dolid, Susan Ingram, Richard Watters, Victor Small Jr., Kristin Vogel-Campbell, Sarah Ansari, Lynne Mullen, Kathryn Strom, Peg Winkelman, Ardella Dailey, and Mari Gray

Book Review
Latina Teachers: Creating Careers and Guarding Culture
Timothy M. Monreal, Adriana Cervantes-González, and Leslie Rebecca Torres

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VOL 6, NO 2 (2020)

Journal of Leadership, Equity, and Research

Table of Contents

Articles

Foreword: Silver Lining in the Midst of the Perfect Storm
Mahmoud Suleiman

Academic Assessment of English Learning School-Aged Children
with Suspected Learning Disabilities
EunMi Cho and Robert John Kraemer

Black Girls and School Discipline:
Shifting from the Narrow Zone of Zero Tolerance to a Wide Region
of Restorative Practices and Culturally Proficient Engagement
Angela Clark-Louque and Talisa A. Sullivan

From Ally to Activist: Embracing Activism as an essential component
of Social Justice Educational Leadership to Combat Injustice in
American Schools
Michael L McIntosh

Educational Practices that Decrease Opportunity Gaps in Literacy
Virginia Araceli Feliz

Skill Identity: Creating Social Capital and Social Justice
Eve Bernstein and Ulana Lysniak

Book Review
Mistakes We Have Made: Implications for Social Justice Educators
Timothy P. Monreal

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VOL 6, NO 1 (2020)

Special Edition of the Journal of Leadership, Equity, and Research

Table of Contents

Articles

Foreword: The Power of Testimonios for Empowerment
Mahmoud Suleiman

Introduction to the Special Issue
Sophia Rodriguez, Gilberto Q. Conchas

Andean Pedagogies Intersecting the Photovoice Process
Yuliana Kenfield

“I was pushed out of school”: Social and Emotional Approaches to a Youth Promotion Program
Rebeca Mireles-Rios, Victor M. Rios, Trevor Auldridge-Reveles, Marilyn Monroy, Isaac Castro

A Descriptive Study of the Case of Eaveston School District: Core Values from Deficit-Based to Asset-Based
Jaime E. Welborn, Randall B. Lindsey

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Minoritized Communities, Urban School Reform, School Policies, and Mayoral Control
James S. Wright, Roya Tabrizi

Book Review
Marina Lambrinou

Book Review
Miguel N. Abad

Distinguished Scholar Commentary
Ricardo D. Stanton-Salazar, Ph.D.

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