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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
JULY–SEPT 2021
VOL. 57, NO. 3

FEATURES
For the Record

Redlining Education
by J. Kenyon Kummings and Christopher H. Tienken

Would a “Gap Year” Help Reduce Mental Illness Among College Students?
by William Beaver

Moving Toward Inclusiveness in STEM With Culturally Responsive Teaching
by Daniel Edelen and Sarah B. Bush

Key Principles and Strategies for Enhancing Student Engagement and Learning
by Pamela A. Kramer Ertel

Deep Learning Requires Effective Questions During Instruction
by Kristoffer R. Barikmo

Intentional Plagiarism? Strategies for Teaching Language Learners Academic Integrity
by Ellen Yeh
DEPARTMENTS
In My View
Language Matters: K–12 Choice-Favoring and Public-Favoring Stories
by Joel R. Malin, Amanda U. Potterton, and Christopher Lubienski

Curriculum Connections
Just Do It! Teachers’ Perspectives on Garden-Based Learning
by Sarah E. Cramer and Mercedes S. Tichenor

Book Review
The Power of Student Agency: Looking Beyond Grit to Close the Opportunity Gap
Reviewed by Eric Martone

Telling Stories
Thank You, Mr. Warner
by Becky Clark
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