Dr. Pedro Noguera, Prof. at NYU and panelist at the Change The Stakes HST Forum valuable writings on Ed. Reform

Also by Dr. Pedro Noguera

Biography of Dr. Pedro Noguera

The Achievement Gap and The Schools We Need: Creating the Conditions Where Race and Class No Longer Predict Student Achievement
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine April 3, 2012

“Saving” Black and Latino Boys
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine March 15, 2012

The Politics of School Reform:
A Broader and Bolder Approach for Newark

Pedro A. Noguera and Lauren Wells
New York University, New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine December 1, 2011

What We Are Doing Now Is Not Working
And May Actually Making Things Worse
“Breaking School Rules”
by Pedro Noguera, Ph.D.
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine November 9, 2011

Creating the Schools We Need
Pedro A. Noguera, Ph.D.
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine November 9, 2011

A Broader and Bolder Approach to School Reform:
Expanded Partnership Roles for School Counselors
by Sam Steen, Ph.D.
George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
and Pedro A. Noguera, Ph.D.
New York University, New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine July 12, 2011

Urban schools must start empowering
— and stop blaming — parents
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine June 1, 2011

In Pursuit of our Common Interests:
A Framework for Building School and University Partnerships
to Improve Urban Schools and Teaching
by Pedro A. Noguera and Sarah L. Klevan
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine February 2, 2011

Creating A Constituency for Change
in the Direction of American Education

“A bottom-up campaign for change”
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine February 2, 2011

The Race To The Top: Two articles

1. “We Need the President To …”
2. Racing To The Top Or Running In Place
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine February 2, 2011

Accept it: Poverty Hurts Learning
Schools matter, but they’re not all that matters
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine September 20, 2010

The Change We Need in Education Policy
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine September 21, 2010

Closing the Achievement Gap:
Racial Inequality and The Unfinished Legacy of Civil Rights in America
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine March 23, 2010

Rethinking Gifted Education
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine December 9, 2009

Secretary Duncan: We need less scolding and more constructive ideas
on how to move forward

by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine December 9, 2009

by Pedro Noguera
New York, New YorkEducation Accountability Policy in the New Administration
by Pedro Noguera and Richard Rothstein
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine December 9, 2009

Single-Sex Schools for Black and Latino Boys:
An Intervention in Search of Theory
by Edward Fergus, Katie Sciurba,
Margary Martin, and Pedro Noguera
New York, NewYork
Published in In Motion Magazine October 31, 2009

Getting Ready for the New Majority:
How Schools Can Respond to Immigration and Demographic Change
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine May 3, 2009

How Colleges and Universities Can Promote K-12 Diversity
Response to: A Modest Proposal
by J. Chambers, J. C. Boger and W. Tobin
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine April 1, 2009

The Change We Need
Future of Education Policy in the Obama Administration
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine March 25, 2009

Creating Schools Where Race Does Not Matter:
The Role and Significance of Race in the Racial Achievement Gap
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine September 2, 2008

Rethinking Gifted Education
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine April 23, 2008

Renewing and Reinventing Freire:
A Source of Inspiration in Inner-City Youth Education
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine October 16, 2007

Rethinking the Standards and Accountability
of No Child Left Behind
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine July 29, 2007

Closing the Racial Achievement Gap:
The Best Strategies of the Schools We Send Them To
by Pedro Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine July 29, 2007

Unfinished Business:
Closing The Achievement Gap
At Berkeley High School
by Pedro A. Noguera and Jean Yonemura Wing
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine November 19, 2006

Patriotism and Accountability:
The Role of Educators in the War On Terrorism
by Pedro Noguera and Robby Cohen
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine October 15, 2006

School Reform and Second Generation Discrimination:
Toward the Development of Equitable Schools
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine October 15, 2006

Designing for Diversity:
How Educators Can Incorporate Cultural Competence in Programs for Urban Youth
by Marion J. Goldstein, M.A. and Pedro A. Noguera, Ph.D.
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine March 25, 2006

Latino Youth: Immigration, Education and the Future
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine March 5, 2006

It Takes More Than Pressure to Improve Failing High Schools
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine October 1, 2005

And What Will Become of Children Like Miguel Fernandez?
Education, Immigration and the Future
of Latinos in the United States
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine April 3, 2005

Transforming Urban Schools Through Investments
in the Social Capital of Parents
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine October 17, 2004

Reforming Public High Schools:
The Greatest Educational Challenge

by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine August 8, 2004

Re-thinking School Safety
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine June 2, 2004

Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of the Brown Decision
by Pedro A. Noguera and Robert Cohen
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine May 9, 2004

Going Beyond the Slogans and Rhetoric
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine October 18, 2003

A Basis for Hope
Urban Schools and the Unfulfilled Promise of American Education
Finding Hope Among the Hopeless
by Pedro A. Noguera
New York, New York
Published in In Motion Magazine October 2, 2003

Taking on the Tough Issues:
The Role of Educational Leaders in Restoring Public Faith in Public Education
by Pedro A. Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Published in In Motion Magazine August 13, 2003

“Joaquin’s Dilemma”
Understanding the link between racial identity and school-related behaviors
by Pedro Antonio Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Published in In Motion Magazine December 1, 2002

Educating America’s New Majority
by Pedro Antonio Noguera and Eileen Moran Brown
Published in In Motion Magazine September 27, 2002

The Trouble with Black Boys:
The Role and Influence of Environmental and Cultural Factors
on the Academic Performance of African American Males
by Pedro Antonio Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Published in In Motion Magazine May 13, 2002

Racial Isolation, Poverty and the Limits of Local Control
as a Means for Holding Public Schools Accountable
by Pedro Antonio Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Published in In Motion Magazine May 5, 2002

Youth perspectives on Violence and the Implications for Public Policy
by Pedro A. Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Published in In Motion Magazine September 30, 2001

Racial Politics and The Elusive Quest for Excellence and Equity in Education
by Pedro A. Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Published in In Motion Magazine September 30, 2001

The Role and Influence of Environmental and Cultural Factors
on the Academic Performance of African American Males

by Pedro A. Noguera
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Published in In Motion Magazine February 11, 2001

What’s Behind the Push Toward the Privatization
of Public Education in the United States

by Pedro A. Noguera
Cambridge, Massachussetts
Published in In Motion Magazine November 8, 2000

The Significance of Race in the Racial Gap in Academic Achievement
by Pedro A. Noguera and Antwi Akom
Published in In Motion Magazine June 19, 2000

Challenging Racial Inequality in Education:
One School’s Response to the End of Affirmative Action

by Pedro A. Noguera
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine March 14, 2000

Listen First:
How Student Perspectives on Violence Can Be Used to Create Safer Schools
Pedro A. Noguera
Berkeley. California
Published in In Motion Magazine November 11, 1999

Transforming Urban Schools Through Investments in Social Capital
Pedro A. Noguera, Ph.D.
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine May 20, 1999

Confronting the Challenge of Diversity in Education
How we respond to the increase in diversity in America will be a challenge for many schools and communities, but it need not be a problem
Pedro A. Noguera, Ph.D.
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine – April 10, 1999

Toward the Development of School and University Partnerships
Based Upon Mutual Benefit and Respect
Pedro Noguera,
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine July 9, 1998

Confronting the Challenge of Privatization in Public Education:
Pedro Noguera,
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine June 13, 1998

Achieving Success Through Shared Accountability
in Urban Schools / San Francisco:
Improvements are rooted in local initiative and leadership
Pedro Noguera,
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine October 6, 1997

Responding to The Crisis Confronting Black Youth:
Providing Support Without Furthering Marginalization
Pedro Noguera,
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine June 2, 1997

Preventing Violence in Schools Through the Production of Docile Bodies
Pedro Noguera,
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine January 12, 1997

Violence Prevention and the Latino Population :
An Analysis of Patterns and Trends and Prescriptions for Effective Intervention
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine December 7, 1996

Reducing and Preventing Youth Violence:
An Analysis of Causes and an Assessment of Successful Programs
Pedro Noguera,
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine April 28, 1996

Defending Affirmative Action
A Popular Movement for Social Justice
by Pedro Noguera
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine February 10, 1996

Coming to Terms with Violence in Our Schools
Pedro Noguera,
Berkeley, California
Published in In Motion Magazine October 29, 1995

Pedro Antonio Noguera, Ph.D.

Pedro Noguera is a professor in the Steinhardt School of Education at New York University. An urban sociologist, Noguera’s scholarship and research focuses on the ways in which schools are influenced by social and economic conditions in the urban environment. Noguera has served as an advisor and engaged in collaborative research with several large urban school districts throughout the United States. He has also done research on issues related to education and economic and social development in the Caribbean, Latin America and several other countries throughout the world.

From 2000 – 2003 Noguera served as the Judith K. Dimon Professor of Communities and Schools at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. From 1990 – 2000 he was a Professor in Social and Cultural Studies at the Graduate School of Education and the Director of the Institute for the Study of Social Change at the University of California, Berkeley.

Pedro Noguera has published over one hundred research articles, monographs and research reports on topics such as urban school reform, conditions that promote student achievement, youth violence, the potential impact of school choice and vouchers on urban public schools, and race and ethnic relations in American society. His work has appeared in several major research journals and many are available online at inmotionmagazine.com. He is the author of The Imperatives of Power: Political Change and the Social Basis of Regime Support in Grenada (Peter Lang Publishers, 1997), and his most recent book, City Schools and the American Dream was published by Teachers College Press in the fall of 2003.

Noguera has served as a member of the US Public Health Service Centers for Disease Control Taskforce on Youth Violence, the Chair of the Committee on Ethics in Research and Human Rights for the American Educational Research Association, and on numerous advisory boards to local and national education and youth organizations. Dr. Noguera was a K-12 classroom teacher for several years and continues to teach part-time in high schools. From 1986-1988 he served as the Executive Assistant to the Mayor of Berkeley, and from 1990 – 1994 he was an elected member and the President of the Berkeley School Board. In 1995 he received an award from the Wellness Foundation for his research on youth violence, in 1997 he was the recipient of the University of California’s Distinguished Teaching Award, and in 2001 he received an honorary doctorate from the University of San Francisco and the Centennial Medal from Philadelphia University for his work in the field of education.

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