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Catherine Hartman

Catherine Hartman earned a PhD in the Program in Higher Education Leadership at The University of Texas at Austin. Catherine’s research interests include community college student success, student transfer from community colleges to four-year school, and linguistically diverse students’ experiences in college.

Catherine earned a M.Ed. in Higher Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership and a B.A. in English Language and Literature from William & Mary.

Current Issue

We are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 10, Issue 1 of the Texas Education Review, featuring a Special Issue on Critical Social Studies Education. The Special Issue examines problems related to anti-critical discourse in educational politics (Robinson); the emotional challenges experienced by critical social studies teachers (Joseph & Baker; Baker, Robinson, & Joseph); and the use of multimodal arts for teaching marginalized histories (Batt & Joseph). The issue also contains two open call articles: an analysis of the process of building a socially responsible Massive Open Online Course (Palacio & Sadehvandi), and an essay that problematizes the popular concept of growth-mindset (Schuetze).