Marilyn Taylor is Associate Professor in the Institute for Teacher Education at University of Hawaii at Manoa. Her research interests are in multicultural education, student teacher assessment, and equitable schools.

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Publications:
Student Perceptions of Diversity in Hawaii Schools: A Starting Point for Change

Case studies written by preservice teachers describe K-12 students' perspectives on multicultural sensitivity in Hawaii schools. Cross-case analysis identifies a starting point for change to create more equitable schools.

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Secondary Student Teachers’ Perceptions of the Teacher Work Sample: A Survey

Survey results convey what student teachers learned and how they felt about a new exit assessment they completed to show their impact on middle and high school student learning.

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