KDP Record

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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.

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Inside the Current Issue
VOL. 57, NO. 2

For the Record

Will return next issue.

Equitably Responsive Teaching
by Lavetta S. Ross

Building Capacity in the Successful Preparation of Teachers of Color: Effective Supports Beyond Graduation
by Keesha Kerns, Jillian Ardley, and Angela Goodloe

Transition to Adulthood: Preparing Students With Specific Learning Disabilities
by Mariya T. Davis and Theresa A. Garfield

Summative and Formative Assessments: An Educational Polarity
by Christina B. Connors

What Chronically Ill Students Need From Their Schools
by Cathy L. Pederson, Brian D. Yontz, Haley A. Cochran

Keeping It Collaborative: Differentiating Coaching Practices for Beginning Teachers
by Lindsay Stoetzel and Stephanie Shedrow
In My View
Recruitment of Teachers of Color: On “Gifts and Talents”
by William J. Davis

Around the States
Each Child, Our Future: Proceed With Caution
by Valerie R. Jones

Curriculum Connections
Vision Boards: Students Look Into Their Futures
by Greg Conderman and Natalie Young

Book Review
Upgrade Your Teaching: Understanding by Design Meets Neuroscience
Reviewed by Irene Pittman Aiken

Telling Stories
Zooming Out
by Susan Johnson
48-page, 4-color, print, quarterly journal , mailed beginning of February, May, August, and November

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