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Volume 78 Issue 3

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The Asymmetrical Relations of Contact Zones - Adi Burton & Susan Verducci

School Accountability Measures: Foundations of a Penal System - Martha Perez-Mugg

Decentering the State: The Normalizing Power of Educational Accountability - Terri S. Wilson

Reforming School Governance in the Unequal Metropolis - Ellis Reid

The Power of the People in the Unequal Metropolis - Mylo Parker-Emerson

Scraping the Bruise and Calling It Healing: Dialogue and Violence in Contact Zones - Rachel Wahl

A Dialogue About Dialogue - Nicholas C. Burbules

Dewey on Facebook: Who Should Regulate Social Media? - Henry Lara-Steidel

Of Ethics and Algorithms - Heather Greenhalgh-Spencer

“The World Well Found”: Critical Thinking in the Contact Zone - Trent Davis

Affect[ing] and Listening to the “Critical Spirit” in Communities of Inquiry - Erica Eva Colmenares & Roy Danovitch

Philosophy and Psychology in the Zone: A Call for ‘Critical Spiritedness’ - Shannon Rodgers

Critical Spirits In the Contact Zone: Response to Shannon Rodgers - Tone Kvernbekk

The Future Is Now: Rethinking the Role for Children in Democracy - Tony DeCesare

Children as Citizens: Educative Environments that Enable Participation and Contribution - Sarah M. Stitzlein

Pragmatism, Antiracism, and New Democratic Possibilities - Kurt Stemhagen & Kathy Hytten

Racial Habits and Collective Action: A Response to Stemhagen and Hytten - Miikka Jaarte

Philosophical Skepticism, Racial Justice, and US Education Policy - Derek Gottlieb

The “Inner Eyes” of Philosophical Skepticism - Nassim Noroozi

Speaking with an Indigenous Voice of Survivance: Genuine Conversation, Refusal, and Decolonizing the Contact Zone - John P. Hopkins

Refusing the University, But Not Philosophy - B. B. North

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