Narratives of Inclusion: Representations of LEgacy and Diversity in Perceptions of School Identity
Special Education, Foundations and Technology
College of Education
This paper reports on findings of a study exploring the social ecology of secondary schools expressing commitment to cultural diversity and inclusion. The authors extend discussion of the studys framework and methodology introduced at the 2013 AME conference. Qualitative data gathered at three secondary schools with prestigious reputations reveal that a distinct narrative emerges in each setting. Each narrative offers an account of the schools established legacy while situating the schools efforts to integrate traditionally underrepresented students within that legacy. Discussion includes tensions between legacy and inclusion at each school, as well as possible implications of each narrative for the schools efforts toward inclusion. Potential for additional research is addressed.
Thriving Individuals, Thriving Communities: Moral Education and Human Flourishing
Hanks, Christopher and Bultsma, Shawn, "Narratives of Inclusion: Representations of LEgacy and Diversity in Perceptions of School Identity" (2015). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 589.
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