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Letitia Basford

Letitia Basford

Hamline University, US

Letitia Basford is a Professor in the School of Education & Leadership at Hamline University and the Faculty Director of the Hamline’s Center for Teaching and Learning.  Her teaching and research interests focus on students’ equitable access to education, with a focus on culturally responsive and restorative school practices.  Her research spans from capturing the experiences of Somali and Hmong youth in culturally specific charter schools, to documenting a family’s experience school-to-prison-pipeline, to investigating how schools are working to prevent that pipeline through culturally sustaining practices. Her work has been published in the Review of Research in Education, Journal of School Choice, as well as in the books Proud to be Different: Ethnocentric Niche Charter Schools in the U.S., Six Lenses for Anti-Oppressive Education, and from Education to Incarceration: Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline.

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