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How do different education professionals do social justice work?

How do different education professionals do social justice work?

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In this study, Paul Miller, Nola P. Hill-Berry, Kadia Hylton-Fraser and Shernette Powell ask what it means for education professionals to foreground social justice in their work. This qualitative phenomenological study of education professionals in England and Jamaica (two university lecturers, a principal, and a secondary school teacher) sheds light on how educators in different educational contexts and national education systems conceptualise and undertake social justice work in their daily job roles.

Social Justice Work as Activism: The Work of Education Professionals in England and Jamaica.

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