Methodology of Critical Analysis
The first peer reviewed journal article is called “Race Is Not Neutral: A National Investigation of African American and Latino Disproportionality in School Discipline” (Skiba, Horner, Chung, Karenga-Rausch, May, & Tobin, 2011). The article purpose speaks of disproportionality of minority students being disciplined more frequently and with harsher penalties. Also it was reported that a cultural mismatch leads to poor judgment of teachers towards minority students. Included in the investigation it was confirmed that records and statistical analysis reported that discipline was happening at disproportionate levels. This article falls into quantitative & post-positivistic research methods and paradigm.
The second peer review article is called “Integrating Cultural Competence and Core Values: An International Service-Learning Model (Hayward & Charrette, 2012). The article purpose speaks of describing an innovative educational mod...
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