About Laura Vernikoff, Ed.D.
Laura Vernikoff is an assistant professor of special education at Touro University Graduate School of Education. She previously taught middle and high school special education in New York City. Her current research interests include teacher preparation, intersectionality, assets-based pedagogies and pursuing social justice through education. Her new book, Disabling the School-to-Prison Pipeline: The Relationship Between Special Education and Arrest, is available through Rowman & Littlefield.
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Blumenfeld, W.J. (2006) Christian privilege and the promotion of “secular” and not-so “secular” mainline Christianity in public schooling and in the larger society. Equity & Excellence in Education, 39(3), 195-210, DOI: 10.1080/10665680600788024
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