Professor
Arizona State University
Culture, Society & Education
alfredo.artiles@asu.edu

   
 

 

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My interdisciplinary scholarship examines the ways cultural practices and ideologies of difference mediate school responses to students’ abilities and needs. My research also focuses on teacher learning for social justice. A strand of my research examines special education placement practices as a window into schools’ cultural constructions of difference. Some of my work tracks disability placement patterns to inform research and policy. A related strand of my research focuses on how teachers learn to use a social justice perspective as they teach diverse students. I use a comparative perspective (across local and national contexts) in my research.

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School of Social Transformation
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Interdisciplinary B, Room B353
1120 S. Cady Mall
PO Box 876103
Tempe, AZ 85287-6103
Phone: 480.965.0391
Fax: 480.727.7012