On this episode of E4E, Dr. Kupchik discusses his research on the role and impact of school resource officers (SROs), offering some suggestions for how findings can be taken up in policy and practice
Listen to Episode One.
Dr. Aaron Kupchik is currently researching school punishment as a legacy of racialized violence. Please see his work in a recent journal article in Social Problems, which was also covered in Huff Post, finding that historic rates of lynchings (1860-1950) relate to schools’ use of corporal punishment of Black students today.
Additional links to articles featuring Dr. Kupchik’s work:
Researching the Impact of School Policing on End Zero Tolerance
The good-guy image police present to students often clashes with students' reality in The Conversation
Counselors and mental-health workers can make a bigger difference in The News Journal
Protecting the Flock or Policing the Sheep? Differences in School Resource Officers’ Perceptions of Threats by School Racial Composition in Social Problems
On episode two of E4E, Dr.Kenneth Shores discusses his research on school finance reforms and educational equity and provides evidence-based suggestions for policy and practice decisions.
Listen to Episode Two.
Please see more work on this topic from Dr. Ken Shores at the following links:
Spending More on the Poor? A Comprehensive Summary of State-Specific Responses to School Finance Reforms from 1990–2014
Shores, K. A., Candelaria, C. A., & Kabourek, S. E. (2019). Spending More on the Poor? A Comprehensive Summary of State-Specific Responses to School Finance Reforms from 1990–2014 (EdWorkingPaper No.19-52). Retrieved from Annenberg Institute at Brown University: http://edworkingpapers.com/ai19-52
Schooling During the Great Recession: Patterns of School Spending and Student Achievement Using Population Data
Shores, K. A, & Steinberg, M. P. (2019). Schooling during the great recession: patterns of school spending and student achievement using population data. Aera Open, 5(3), 233285841987743–233285841987743. https://doi.org/10.1177/2332858419877431
On Episode three of E4E, Dr. Ann Aviles discusses her research on youth homelessness in Delaware and provides evidence informed policy and practice recommendations that could improve outcomes for students experiencing housing instability.
Link to Episode Three
Projects Dr. Ann Aviles is working on:
Co-PI, Street PAR Health Project: How Street Identified Black Youth and Young Adults Understand and Experience Violence in Two Local Neighborhoods. Funding Agency: Christiana Care Hospital, Newark, DE
PI, Youth Civic Engagement: Exploring Housing Access and Violence in Wilmington. Partnership for Public Education (PPE), University of Delaware
For more information about Dr. Ann Aviles, please visit her faculty bio and contact page linked here.
On episode 4 of the E4E podcast, Dr. Adrian Pasquarella discusses how schools can support multilingualism to develop English literacy skills and academic competencies necessary for school success.
Link to Episode Four
For more information about Dr. Adrian Pasquarella and his work, please visit here.
On episode 5 of the E4E podcast, Dr. Lauren Bailes discusses her work supporting schools and administrators in identifying and understanding sources of disciplinary inequity and the impact of inequitable disciplinary policies on Black, Latinx, LGBTQ+ students, and girls.
Link to Episode Five
Learn more about Dr. Bailes’ work on her website.
The Dress Coded Report from National Women’s Law Center
Pushout by Monique Morris
In episode 6 of the E4E podcast, Dr. Allison Karpyn discusses food security and provides evidence-based recommendations for increasing access to quality nutrition for students and families in Delaware.
Link to Episode Six