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Teacher Participatory Action Research (TPAR): Politicizing Teacher Research

Image of three legged stool. The seat is labeled TPAR. The legs are labeled left to right with the following phrases: Marginalization of teachers, Teacher action research project(s), and analysis of context.

These are difficult times for teachers, particularly those in urban and/or low-income schools. Unfortunately, we seldom hear directly from them in conventional education research. To help them tell their stories, I partnered with a group of veteran, insightful, and knowledgeable teachers for two years of action research. These dedicated teachers (with a combined 110 years […]