A review in Teachers College Record found the new book by Howard Stevenson to be "highly accessible, yet intensely thought provoking."
In Promoting Racial Literacy in Schools: Differences that Make a Difference, Stevenson highlights how racial coping strategies are learned, and what role schools play in addressing stress caused by race. Reviewers Daniel R. Sears, Ahmad A. Alharthi, and Suhanthie Motha wrote Stevenson's "novel approach" of "choosing to focus on individuals’ stress during social interactions and the development of constructive coping strategies—is refreshing and inspirational."
You can read the full review here.
Howard Stevenson delivered the keynote address at the African American Museum of Philadelphia on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, reflecting on “the emotional costs of activism and being on the front lines.”
Richard Ingersoll’s findings—that students perform better on state tests when teachers have a leadership role in decision making in their school—are cited in this article that explores hybrid roles for teachers as leaders of other teachers.