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Doctorate of Education, Harvard University
Master of Education, Harvard University
Master of Teaching, University of Virginia
Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginia
Taylor, A. (2017). Expanding the Frame: Building Transnational Alliances for Racial and Educational Justice. Peabody Journal of Education, 1-20.
Taylor, A. (2017). Putting Race on the Table: How Teachers Make Sense of the Role of Race in Their Practice. Harvard Educational Review, 87(1), 50-73.
Taylor, A., Kuttner, P., Westmoreland, H. (2011). Cement Between the Bricks: Building New Schools in New York City. In M. Warren and K. Mapp (eds.) A Match on Dry Grass: Community Organizing as a Catalyst for School Reform. Oxford University Press.
Frankenberg, E., Merseth, K. & Taylor, A. (May 2010). Walking the Walk: Teacher candidates' professed commitment to urban teaching and their subsequent career decisions. Urban Education, 45(3): 312-346.
Taylor, A., & Frankenberg, E. (July 2009). Exploring urban commitment of graduates from an urban-focused teacher education program. Equity & Excellence in Education, 42(3): 327-346.
Taylor, A. (2008). Teaching and Transcending Basic Skills. In M. Pollock (ed.) Everyday Antiracism: Getting real about race in school (pp. 86-90). New York: New Press.
International education, cross-cultural communication, race and education, community organizing for school reform, critical race theory, education policy implementation, intercultural leadership, qualitative research methods.