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White teachers often talk about Black students in racially coded ways

By Rowhea Elmesky, Associate Professor of Education, Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis
Olivia Marcucci, Assistant Professor of Education, Johns Hopkins University
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Though difficult to pinpoint, white educators often put forth stereotypes when they discuss Black students among themselves, new research has found.The Conversation

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