Nicholas D. Hartlep is the Robert Charles Billings Endowed Chair in Education at Berea College where he Chairs the Department of Education Studies. Hartlep’s research focuses on the model minority stereotype of Asian/Americans, urban education (and teaching for transformation), and the impact neoliberalism has on public education (and society). Much of his recent work has examined how neoliberal capitalism has come to dominate higher education in the United States. He serves as the lead editor of the book series Urban Education Studies with Information Age Publishing. Hartlep is a former elementary school teacher.
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Highlights the teaching practices of two teacher educators who teach at universities in the Midwest. Details the myriad ways in which they use a balanced literacy approach that is culturally relevant in their courses at Illinois State University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, to more effectively prepare PK-12 urban educators. Argues that as demographics continue to shift, the need for highly effective teachers who can teach our nation’s culturally and linguistically diverse PK-12 students becomes ever more critical.