About the Kappa Delta Pi Record
The Kappa Delta Pi Record, published quarterly in partnership with Taylor & Francis, is a peer-reviewed journal that presents research-based articles on compelling issues relevant to national and international education professionals who work and teach at all levels and in a wide range of disciplines and settings. The Kappa Delta Pi Record promotes professional growth in the field of education by providing articles on evidence-based teaching strategies, reviews of current policy initiatives, examples of applied theories, and reports of original research in language that is accessible and practical.
Winner of 2015 REVERE Award for Professional Magazines from the Association of American Publishers
VOL. 55, NO. 3
For the Record
by Christopher H. Tienken, Academic Editor
Will be back next issue
We will never have the kind of schools we would like to have, nor the test scores we want, unless we do something about ______ [Part I]
by David C. Berliner
Hiding in Plain Sight: Understanding and Addressing Whiteness and Color-Blind Ideology in Education
by David Gillborn
Dual-Language Immersion Programs: Rewriting the Literacy Narrative
by Lee Anne Brannon
A Look at Personalized Learning: Lessons Learned
by Andrea J. Bingham
What Makes a Teacher a Leader?
by Jana Hunzicker
In My View
Do Chinese Learners Have a Creativity Deficit?
by Carol A. Mullen
Save the Birds: Using Oil Spills to Teach Ecological Principles
by Hannah Smith Brooks
Gateways to Experience
The DNA of a Professional Educator
by Gilbert Dueñas with Erin F. Klash, and Shelly H. Bowden
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