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Handbook of Research on Solutions for Equity and Social Justice in Education

Handbook of Research on Solutions for Equity and Social Justice in Education
Author(s)/Editor(s): James Etim (Winston-Salem State University, USA) and Alice Etim (Winston Salem State University, USA)
Copyright: ©2023
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-9678-4
ISBN13: 9781799896784
ISBN10: 1799896781
EISBN13: 9781799896807


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Education’s role should further social justice, prepare students to compete for higher social positions, train workers, and engage students so that they become active participants in a democratic society. However, as with many global systems, education has long ago fallen victim to the institutional ailments of systematic oppression and discrimination. In order to promote equity and social justice in education, it is paramount that educators and administrators acknowledge systematic challenges in education and the solutions.

The Handbook of Research on Solutions for Equity and Social Justice in Education discusses how teachers and school administrators practice equity and inclusion in their schools. It provides examples of social justice and how it affects society, as well as specific case studies that aim at engendering equity and inclusion for minorities. It further discusses these issues in a global context. Covering topics such as agentic empowerment, social justice in dialogue, and teacher social justice advocacy, this major reference work is a critical resource for faculty and administrators of both K-12 and higher education, preservice teachers, teacher educators, school social workers and counselors, librarians, government officials, researchers, and academicians.

Author's/Editor's Biography

James Etim (Ed.)

James S. Etim is a Professor of Education in the Department of Education at Winston Salem State University. He received his Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Wyoming, Laramie. His research areas include Middle grades English Language Arts, education across cultures, instructional strategies and gender issues in education. He has authored one book and edited/coedited eight books. He has published (solely and jointly) more than 60 articles and book chapters in both national and international journals. He has been a Co Pi of a National Science Foundation grant on the use of technology in the classrooms (2013-2016). He has received two Fulbright Specialist Awards, one to Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria and the other to the Polytechnic of Namibia, Windhoek, Namibia. He has also been a Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow at the University of Jos, Nigeria (2017). Between 2015 and 2018, he serves as the Education Panel Chair for the Global Undergraduate Awards, Dublin, Ireland. In 2017, he became part of the Center for the Study of Economic Mobility at Winston Salem State University, researching on issues related to education for at risk learners and technology in education. He is also the Founding Editor ofInternational Journal of Gender Studies in Developing Societiess.

Alice Etim (Ed.)
Dr. Alice S. Etim is Professor of Management Information Systems at Winston-Salem State University. She received her Ph.D. from the iSchool at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. Etim has published extensively in her field of Information Science/Systems and her scholarly works are accessible globally. They include many peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, and an edited book titled: Developing Countries and Technology Inclusion in the 21st Century Information Society (2021). Etim’s research interests and published works span information and communication technology (ICT) adoption, diffusion, and impact in business/organizations, education, healthcare, project teams, disadvantaged groups, and women. She has also researched and published extensively on the uses of the technologies for service delivery - mobile money & payment systems, mobile commerce, mobile health & telemedicine, ICT & microfinance, and ICT for sustainable development/poverty reduction. Etim is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of ICT Research in Africa and the Middle East (IJICTRAME).


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