The Theory and Practice of Culturally Relevant Education: A Synthesis of Research Across Content Areas
culturally relevant pedagogy, culturally responsive teaching, culturally relevant education
Many teachers and educational researchers have claimed to adopt tenets of culturally relevant education (CRE). However, recent work describes how standardized curricula and testing have marginalized CRE in educational reform discourses. In this synthesis of research, we sought examples of research connecting CRE to positive student outcomes across content areas. It is our hope that this synthesis will be a reference useful to educational researchers, parents, teachers, and education leaders wanting to reframe public debates in education away from neoliberal individualism, whether in a specific content classroom or in a broader educational communi
Aronson, Brittany, and Judson Laughter. "The Theory and Practice of Culturally Relevant Education: A Synthesis of Research Across Content Areas." Review of Educational Research 86, no. 1 (2016): 163-206. Accessed May 21, 2021. http://www.jstor.org/stable/24752872.