Jacqueline Jordan

Jacqueline Jordan Irvine is Charles Howard Candler Professor of Urban Education in the Division of Educational Studies at Emory University. Her specialization is in multicultural education and urban teacher education, particularly the education of African American students. Her books include Black Students and School Failure, Growing Up African American in Catholic Schools, Critical Knowledge for Diverse Students and Culturally Responsive Lesson Planning for Elementary and Middle Grades.

Articles by Jacqueline Jordan

Relevant: Beyond the Basics

Monica Edwards taught a class of primarily African American and Latino students. Her initial inability to reach them turned into a lesson.