Harvard Educational Review
  1. Current Issue
    Summer 2020
    Youth Voices in Education Research:
    Editors’ Introduction
    Becca Spindel Bassett and Tatiana Geron

    Also in this Issue

    “Our Stories Are Powerful”
    The Use of Youth Storytelling in Policy Advocacy to Combat the School-to-Prison Pipeline
    Jeffrey S. Moyer, Mark R. Warren, and Andrew R. King
    The EVAC Movement Story
    Why Youth Storytelling Is Powerful...and Why It’s Dangerous
    Alan McCullough Jr., Felton Morrell Jr., Bernard Thomas III, Vincente Waugh, Nicholas Shubert, and Amy Donofrio
    Amplifying Action
    Theories, Questions, Doubts, and Hopes Related to the “Action” Phase of a Critical Participatory Action Research Process
    SARAH ZELLER-BERKMAN, JESSICA BARRETO, and ASHA SANDLER
    From Talking about to Talking with
    Integrating Native Youth Voices into Teacher Education via a Repositioning Pedagogy
    ROBERT PETRONE and NICHOLAS RINK with CHARLIE SPEICHER
    A Call for Intersectionality in US Schooling
    Testimonios of Chicana Students in High School
    NANCY ACEVEDO, CITLALLI BEJARANO, and NATALIE IBARRA COLLAZO
    Building Houses by the Rootless People
    Youth, Identities, and Education in Hong Kong
    CHUNG-HIN KEVIN HO and HEI-HANG HAYES TANG
    “I Hesitate but I Do Have Hope”
    Youth Speculative Civic Literacies for Troubled Times
    NICOLE MIRRA and ANTERO GARCIA
    Quantitative Medicine and Reflection on Summer Research in Mathematical Biology
    MINGDA SUN, SHERLI KOSHY-CHENTHITTAYIL, and NIKEETHA FARFAN D’SOUZA
  2. Book Notes

    Girlhood in the Borderlands
    Lilia Soto

    The Heart of the Matter
    Peer Group Connection Students at Morris Academy for Collaborative Studies