Gillian Parekh
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The Toronto connection: Poverty, perceived ability, and access to education equity
G Parekh, I Killoran, C Crawford
Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l'éducation 34 (3), 249-279, 2011
Supporting critical multicultural teacher educators: Transformative teaching, social justice education, and perceptions of institutional support
PC Gorski, G Parekh
Intercultural education 31 (3), 265-285, 2020
Market" Choices" or Structured Pathways? How Specialized Arts Education Contributes to the Reproduction of Inequality.
R Gaztambide-Fernández, G Parekh
Education policy analysis archives 25 (41), n41, 2017
Changing lanes: The relationship between special education placement and students’ academic futures
G Parekh, RS Brown
Educational Policy 33 (1), 111-135, 2019
The intersection of disability, achievement, and equity: A system review of special education in the TDSB
RS Brown, G Parekh
Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Toronto District School Board, 2013
Special education: Structural overview and student demographics
RS Brown, G Parekh
Toronto District School Board, 2010
The intersectionality of postsecondary pathways: The case of high school students with special education needs
KL Robson, P Anisef, RS Brown, G Parekh
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 51 (3), 193-215, 2014
Learning skills, system equity, and implicit bias within Ontario, Canada
G Parekh, RS Brown, S Zheng
Educational Policy 35 (3), 395-421, 2021
A case for inclusive education
G Parekh, 2013
Social citizenship and disability: Identity, belonging, and the structural organization of education
GG Parekh
Structured pathways: An exploration of programs of study, school-wide, and in-school programs as well as promotion and transference across secondary schools in the Toronto …
G Parekh
Research report, 2013
The Toronto District School Board: A global city school system's structures, processes, and student outcomes
G Parekh, J Flessa, H Smaller
London Review of Education 14 (3), 2016
The more things change: Durable inequalities and new forms of segregation in Canadian public schools
G Parekh, R Gaztambide-Fernández
Second international handbook of urban education, 809-831, 2017
The social construction of giftedness: The intersectional relationship between whiteness, economic privilege, and the identification of gifted
G Parekh, RS Brown, K Robson
Canadian Journal of Disability Studies 7 (2), 1-32, 2018
The tyranny of “ability”
G Parekh
Curriculum Inquiry 47 (4), 337-343, 2017
Disability, rights monitoring, and social change
MH Rioux, PC Pinto, G Parekh
Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2015
Special needs students and transitions to postsecondary education
R Sweet, P Anisef, R Brown, M Adamuti-Trache, G Parekh
Toronto: Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario, 2012
Disability as meta curriculum: Ontologies, epistemologies, and transformative praxis
N Erevelles, EJ Grace, G Parekh
Curriculum Inquiry 49 (4), 357-372, 2019
Redefining risk: Human rights and elementary school factors predicting post-secondary access
RS Brown, K Gallagher-Mackay, G Parekh
Education policy analysis archives 28, 21-21, 2020
Inclusion: Creating school and classroom communities where everyone belongs
G Parekh, K Underwood
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