Media & Press Coverage

Selected Press, Interviews, Conferences, Links

Radio New Zealand - October 2018

Kathryn Ryan, host of Radio New Zealand’s Nine to Noon, in a live interview with Dr. Rice on the importance of name pronunciation and cultural proficiency in the classroom. Read or listen here.

Quartz at Work - October 2018

Aisha Hassan, for Quartz at Work, discusses culturally sensitive names to learn unfamiliar names. The article cites Dr. Rice’s research. You can read more here.

The Teal Mango - October 2018

The Teal Mango, in a review of a new film on Netflix, cites Dr. Rice’s research on students’ experiences in the classroom to support the claim that teachers do not often understand their South Asian American students.

Office of the Maricopa County School Superintendent - October 2018

In a text for teachers, the office of the Maricopa County school superintendent shared Dr. Rice’s advice on striving for improvement rather than perfection, and shared her article on pronouncing names. Read more here.

District Administration Magazine - October 2018

Matt Zalaznik for District Administration Magazine covers the importance of name pronunciation in K-12 here.

The Teal Mango - August 2018

The Teal Mango covers Dr. Rice’s research and the work of ISAASE in a feature. Read more here.

AALA - April 2018

In the April edition of their Board Newsletter, the Associated Administrators of Los Angeles featured some of Dr. Rice’s research. You can view the PDF of their newsletter here.

Token - April 2018

Token, a weekly online magazine focusing on diverse representation and narratives, included links to ISAASE in an issue on stereotypes. Read content from that past issue here.

Education Northwest - January 2018

Northwest Matters, the blog of “Education Northwest” featured a piece by researcher Lauren Bates on whether welcoming, safe schools can help stop the spread of hate. The article cites Dr. Rice’s research. You can read more here.

The Mashup Americans - Early 2018

The Mashup Americans, a site dedicated to talking about culture, race, religion, identity, and what it means to be American, featured some of Dr. Rice’s writing in this roundup.

American Bazaar - August 2018

A discussion with American Bazaar Magazine about the work of ISAASE, South Asian American students’ experiences, outreach efforts, and how families and educators might support students. Read more here.

Johns Hopkins University / AAPI Heritage Month - May 2018

Johns Hopkins University shared some information and links to the work of ISAASE on their social media outlets during AAPI Heritage Month. Read More.

Johns Hopkins University Celebration of Research - July 2018

Research presentation at the 2nd Johns Hopkins University School of Education Celebration of Research, held at the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel on July 31st. Students and graduates from the JHU SOE Doctor of Education program whose research has been accepted by a peer-reviewed panel share findings.

Loyola University Maryland Alumni Association - July 2018

A brief Q&A with the Loyola University Maryland Alumni Association. Read more.

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