Over the last couple of years, we've asked ourselves how we can continue to learn and grow in realizing our commitment to social and racial justice. We've committed to taking a closer look at how race affects the way we work together at CompassPoint and what our role as an organization should be in contributing to racial justice efforts outside our walls. That's meant having more courageous conversations around our individual racial identities and organizational racial dynamics; examining how white dominant culture influences CompassPoint culture; making intentional pivots about our approach and the kind of work we do; calling out racial and social justice more explicitly in our theory of change and using a power, privilege, and race lens to examine how we work and how we talk about leadership with others. Being more intentional about our commitment to racial justice has very much been a "leadership at all levels" process—rather than a top-down effort.
He has published on writing assessment, validity, and composition pedagogy in Assessing Writing, The Journal of Writing Assessment, Composition Forum, and Research in the Teaching of English, among other journals and collections.
Antiracist Writing Assessment Ecologies: November 11, Contact Information: It's hard to imagine a more important topic or a scholar more prepared to take on this task.
And in so doing, he marks the relations among places and people and tasks within which we—students, teachers, WPAs—are engaged so as to create an ecology of antiracist writing assessment.
This book might well set us on a new path in the long quest for equality. He has crafted every sentence, every paragraph, and every chapter from his years of experience to help us fully grasp what we need to do in the field. There is never a moment when the concepts are so abstract and elusive that we cannot see how the complexities of race and its articulations in the United States are always already right there in every turn that we make on our college campuses and in our classrooms.
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