Category Archives: Volume 1

Volume 1 – Time Capsule 2013


To the Times in Which We Live  Texas Education Review Editorial Board

The Texas Educational Landscape

Leading Change with Technology-Enhanced Education at The University of Texas at Austin: Five Guiding Principles  William Powers, Jr., JD

Legislative Update – 83rd Texas Legislature  Representative Jimmie Don Aycock, DVM

Education: Key to Continuing the “Texas Miracle” Representative Donna Howard, MA

The Barriers and Route to Texas School Finance Equity  Albert Kauffman, JD

Bilingual Education

Language Policy Insights: A New Hope for Educating Our Latino Population  Nancy Compean-Garcia, EdD & Samuel Garcia, EdD

Community, Home, and School Partnerships: A Critical Issue in Bilingual Education   Claudia Peralta, PhD

Campus Climate (Higher Education)

Improving Campus Climate: The Role of Social Justice                                                Connie T. Wolfe, PhD & Janine Kay Gwen Chi, PhD

Charter Schools

Twenty Years of Charter Schools: What We’ve Learned  Mike Feinberg, MEd

Reframing the Refrain: Choice as a Civil Rights Issue  Julian Vasquez Heilig, PhD

Education Technology

“Learn by doing” with the Modern Textbook  (HTML VersionSmita Bakshi, PhD, MBA

A Brief History of (EdTech) Time  Betsy Corcoran

Entrepreneurship Education

Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught?  Robert Metcalfe, PhD

Free Speech in Schools

Tinker: A Doctrine Whose Time Has Gone  Jim Walsh, JD

Gaming and Education

Why Game Developers and Educators Need to Work Together  Jenn Bullard

Learning Systems, Not Games  James Paul Gee, PhD

Black Student Achievement

Deconstructing Ogbu’s Acting White Thesis: An Africentric Critique  Kevin Cokley, PhD

From Problem to Prizewinners: Recalibrating Perspectives on Black Student Achievement  Richard Reddick, PhD

Queer Theory in Education

Skipping Away from Inanity: Towards a Whimsical Queering of Educational Policy Catherine A. Lugg, PhD & Jason Murphy, EdM

STEM Education

Can We Get “There” from “Here?”: An Argument for Improved Climate Science Education Through Texas State Adoption of the Next Generation Science Standards  K.C. Busch, MA & Jonathan Osborne, PhD

Supporting Minority Male Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Disciplines  Lorenzo Esters, EdD & Ivory Toldson, PhD

Teacher Quality

Addressing the Teacher Quality Gap Before Making the Hiring Decision                       Ebbie Parsons, III, EdD

Urban Education

Living the Legacies and Continuing the Struggle: Immigration, PreK-16 Education and Transnationalism  Michelle Knight, PhD

A Critical Patriotism for Urban Schooling: A Call for a Pedagogy Against Fear and Denial and For Democracy  Peter McLaren, PhD