Genetics-Infused Education Research: What Can and Can’t Knowledge of Genetics Bring to Education?

This week’s blog post is simply to redirect you to a collaborative project I’ve been working on for the past year. If I’ve learned anything from this project, it’s that ‘adversarial collaboration’ is a good thing- how else can we expect to move our own academic/moral/ethical beliefs and agendas forward if not to try and convince “the other side”  (or at least get them to see where you are coming from). Many thanks to Ben Domingue and Sam Trejo from Stanford Graduate School of Education for great conversation and their expertise.

Access our paper here.

Published by historicallyburdenedconcepts

Bi-racial butterfly interested in bioethics, sociogenomics, impacts on understandings of inequities

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