American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education
American Educational Research Association
Honors and Awards
2017, College of Education (UNLV) Collab Group Award
2017, AACTE Teacher Diversity Research Award nomination
2015, AERA Outstanding Dissertation Award nomination
2014, Outstanding Presentation Award
2012, Fulbright Scholarship Finalist
Smith, A.. (2017). Policy by, with, and for all students: How to make public education work. Brown Center on
Education Policy, Brown Center Cha.
Smith, A. & Spatariu, A.. (2015). Student achievement and teacher evaluation: A review of past and current government policy reform and scholarly research with an emphasis on multicultural educational implications. Journal of Education Policy, Planning & Administra, 5(9): 1/21.
Smith, A., Crosthwaite, J., & Clark, C.. (2015). Institutional racism. S. Thompson (Ed.), The encyclopedia of diversity a. 2: 413-6.
Smith, A. & Garcia, H. A.. (2013). Increasing the trickle: A proposed critical multiculturalist conceptual model to increase the pipeline to a more diverse STEM doctorate population. Journal for Multicultural Education,
Smith, A., Crothwaite, J., & Clark, C.. (n.d.). White privilege. S. Thompson (Ed.), The encyclopedia of diversity a. 2: 743-4.
Smith, A. (2017-04-01). Revealing the detrimental impacts of teacher evaluation reform upon teachers' lives and classroom climate. Conference presented at the American Educational Research Association.
Smith, A. (2017-01-01). Abriendo Caminos/Opening Pathways: Opening Pathways for Students of Color into Teaching as a Career. Paper presented at the California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators Summer Institute.
Smith, A. (2015-01-01). How federal policy negatively impacts urban schools and minority teachers through teacher evaluation reform. Paper presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education.
Smith, A. (2012-11-01). A Case Study of U.S. History Textbooks and the Teaching of Citizenship in America's K-12 Curriculum: What does the 21st Century hold?. Paper presented at the International Assembly of the National Council of the Social Studies.
Smith, A. (2012-11-01). Analysis of Two US History Textbooks: Providing Comprehensive Portrayals of Minorities. Paper presented at the National Council of the Social Studies.
Univ of Nevada, Las Vegas - PHD - Teacher Education
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