Volume 23, Number 1 (Spring 2004)

  • secondary institution, postsecondary institution, antiracism, reform, Pedagogy, Basic Writing, assessment, community, Race

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Editors' Column
DOI: 10.37514/JBW-J.2004.23.1.01

Teaching and Learning in Texas: Accountability Testing, Language, Race, and Place, Susan Naomi Bernstein
DOI: 10.37514/JBW-J.2004.23.1.02

Study of Teacher Error: Misreading Resistance in the Basic Writing Classroom, Sara Biggs Chaney
DOI: 10.37514/JBW-J.2004.23.1.03

Rethinking Language and Culture on the Institutional Borderland, Virginia Crisco
DOI: 10.37514/JBW-J.2004.23.1.04

Paradigm Clashes Among Basic Writing Teachers: Sources of Conflict and a Call for Change, Ann Del Principe
DOI: 10.37514/JBW-J.2004.23.1.05

"You Probably Don't Even Know I Exist": Notes from a College Prison Program, Jane Maher
DOI: 10.37514/JBW-J.2004.23.1.06

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About this Issue

The Journal of Basic Writingpublishes articles of theory, research, and teaching practices related to basic writing. Articles are refereed by members of the Editorial Board and the Editors.

Editorial Staff

Editors: Bonne August and Rebecca Mlynarczyk
Editorial Assistants: Johannah Rodgers and Karen Weingarten
Subscriptions: Cathie Ryan

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The Journal of Basic Writing is published twice a year, in the spring and fall, with support from the City University of New York, Office of Academic Affairs.

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