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Mya Poe Publishes Article on Assessment Justice in the Literacy Classroom

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Associate Professor of English and Director of the Writing Program Mya Poe has published an article titled, “Ain’t Oughta Be in the Dictionary: Getting to Justice by Dismantling Anti-Black Literacy Assessment Practices” in the Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy with Jennifer Randall and David Stomp. The article “focus(es) on the power of everyday formative and summative classroom assessments to shape students’ perceptions of themselves and their learning,” arguing for assessments that “stop doing harm” to Black students.

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