Other Publications by Ruchi
 
Books:
Agarwal-Rangnath, R. (2020). Planting the seeds of equity: Ethnic studies and social justice in the K-2 classroom. ‚ÄčTeachers College Press.


Agarwal-Rangnath, R., Dover, A., and Henning, N. (2016). Preparing to teach social studies for social justice (Becoming a Renegade). Teachers College Press.

Agarwal-Rangnath, R. (2013). Making our visions a reality: A framework for teaching Social Studies, Literacy, and social justice. Teachers College Press.


Book Chapters:
Agarwal-Rangnath, R. (2015).  Beyond the Common Core: Teaching social studies and literacy for social justice. In Richards, J. & Zenkov, K. (Eds.) Social justice, the Common Core, and closing the instructional gap. Information Age Publishing.

Agarwal-Rangnath, R., and Cunningham, A. (in press). Passion and process: A model for equity focused professional development and institutionalized anti-racism. In The diversity, equity and social justice handbook for practicing educators.


Dotson, E., Dover, A., Henning, N., & Agarwal-Rangnath, R. (in press). They should see themselves as powerful: Teacher educators, agency, and resisting TPAs. In Ahlquist, R., Montano, T., & Gorski, P. (Eds.) Assault on kids and teachers: Countering privatization, deficit ideologies and standardization in U.S. schools.

Book Reviews:

Agarwal-Rangnath, R. (2015).  Review of the book Teaching civic literacy projects: Student engagement with social problems by S. Epstein. New Educator.


Journal Articles:
Dover, A., Henning, N., and Agarwal-Rangnath, R. (in press). Embrace, Reframe, Resist: Examining justice-oriented social studies teachers' responses to curricular standards. Teaching and Teacher Education.

Agarwal-Rangnath, R. (in press). Shifting and altering beliefs: The struggle to teach for social justice in a context of accountability and standardization. Journal of Multiculturalism in Education.

Tintiangco-Cubales, A., Kohli, R., Sacramento, J., Henning, N., Agarwal-Rangnath, R., and Sleeter, C. (2015) Toward an ethnic studies pedagogy: Implications for practice. The Urban Review, 47(1) 104-125.

Agarwal, R., Epstein, S., Oppenheim, R., & Sonu, D. (2012). Taking responsibility. The multiple and shifting positions of social justice educators. Education, Citizenship, and Social Justice, 7(2). 175-189.

Agarwal, R. (2011). Negotiating visions of teaching: Teaching social studies for social justice within a context of standardization and accountability. Social Studies Research and Practice, 6(3), 52-64.

Agarwal, R. (2011). Perceiving possibility in teaching for social justice: Finding hope without illusion. Journal of Multiculturalism in Education, 7.

Agarwal, R., Epstein, S., Oppenheim, R., Oyler, C., & Sonu, D. (2010) From ideal to practice and back again: Beginning teachers teaching for social justice. Journal of Teacher Education, 61(3). 237-247.