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This qualitative study examines the experiences of Latinx youth and mainly white staff of the Academic Scholars Program, a college access program that operated in an affluent suburban high school. Guided by Critical Race Theory and Critical Whiteness Studies, the findings highlight the...
This article draws on ethnographic data on the distribution of scholarship programs at two Nepali state‐run schools. Anchored in the cross‐field of educational anthropology and the anthropology of bureaucracy, this article examines schools not just as sites of learning but as institutions that...
In this reflection, I contextualize my own experiences conducting educational ethnography in a synchronous online kindergarten classroom during the COVID‐19 pandemic. I highlight how conducting research in online classrooms transforms ethnographic research methodologies and concepts such as the...
The United States is experiencing state disinvestment from higher education and significant wealth inequality. This article documents how low‐income college students both experience and attempt to manage these contexts in their daily lives at a public flagship university in the American Midwest....
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