Roderick L. Carey
Roderick L. Carey
Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Sciences, College of Education and Human
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Guilty as charged? Principals’ perspectives on disciplinary practices and the racial discipline gap
DE DeMatthews, RL Carey, A Olivarez, K Moussavi Saeedi
Educational Administration Quarterly 53 (4), 519-555, 2017
A cultural analysis of the achievement gap discourse: Challenging the language and labels used in the work of school reform
RL Carey
Urban Education 49 (4), 440-468, 2014
“Keep that in mind… You’re gonna go to college”: Family influence on the college going processes of Black and Latino high school boys
RL Carey
The Urban Review 48, 718-742, 2016
Imagining the comprehensive mattering of Black boys and young men in society and schools: Toward a new approach
RL Carey
Harvard Educational Review 89 (3), 370-396, 2019
Am I smart enough? Will I make friends? And can I even afford it? Exploring the college-going dilemmas of Black and Latino adolescent boys
RL Carey
American Journal of Education 125 (3), 381-415, 2019
“What am I gonna be losing?” School culture and the family-based college-going dilemmas of Black and Latino adolescent boys
RL Carey
Education and Urban Society 50 (3), 246-273, 2018
Reasons youth engage in activism programs: Social justice or sanctuary?
T Akiva, RL Carey, AB Cross, L Delale-O'Connor, MR Brown
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 53, 20-30, 2017
Power, penalty, and critical praxis: Employing intersectionality in educator practices to achieve school equity
RL Carey, LS Yee, D DeMatthews
The Educational Forum 82 (1), 111-130, 2018
‘And school won’t teach me that!’Urban youth activism programs as transformative sites for critical adolescent learning
RL Carey, T Akiva, H Abdellatif, KA Daughtry
Journal of Youth Studies 24 (7), 941-960, 2021
Making Black boys and young men matter: Radical relationships, future oriented imaginaries and other evolving insights for educational research and practice
RL Carey
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 33 (7), 729-744, 2020
Learning to teach disciplinary literacy across diverse eighth-grade history classrooms within a district-university partnership
C Monte-Sano, S De La Paz, M Felton, KW Piantedosi, LS Yee, RL Carey
Teacher Education Quarterly 44 (4), 98-124, 2017
Missing misters: Uncovering the pedagogies and positionalities of male teachers of color in the school lives of Black and Latino adolescent boys
RL Carey
Race Ethnicity and Education 23 (3), 392-413, 2020
The Culture and Teaching Gap: What Is It, and How Can Teacher Educators Help to Close It?
RL Carey, A Farinde‐Wu, HR Milner IV, L Delale‐O'Connor
The Wiley Handbook of Teaching and Learning, 59-78, 2018
Black adolescent boys’ perceived school mattering: From marginalization and selective love to radically affirming relationships
RL Carey, C Polanco, H Blackman
Journal of Research on Adolescence 32 (1), 151-169, 2022
Desensationalizing Black males: Navigating and deconstructing extreme imageries of Black males and masculinities
RL Carey
The assault on communities of color: Reactions and responses from the …, 2015
“Whatever you become, just be proud of it.” Uncovering the ways families influence Black and Latino adolescent boys’ postsecondary future selves
RL Carey
Journal of Adolescent Research 37 (1), 59-97, 2022
Teacher performance assessment and culturally relevant pedagogy
ME Hyler, LS Yee, RL Carey, SR Barnes
College Park: University of Maryland, 2013
How the COVID-19 pandemic shaped adolescents’ future orientations: Insights from a global scoping review
RL Carey, MJ Bailey, CI Polanco
Current Opinion in Psychology 53, 101655, 2023
Foregrounding family: How Salvadoran American boys formulate college‐going mindsets at the nexus of family, school, and the self
RL Carey
Anthropology & Education Quarterly 52 (3), 294-314, 2021
Summary: Teacher performance assessment and culturally relevant pedagogy
ME Hyler, LS Yee, RL Carey, SR Barnes
Unpublished manuscript, 2014
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