If there are not school social workers on site, I prefer having school social workers come to teach professional development workshops because they have a unique lens on structural issues in education.
Another article about tracking in schools interestingly describes it as "Modern Day Segregation." This is a powerful way to describe the separate educational paths that we put our students on. This article is in a readable language so I like to share this article with my peers who are interested in learning about tracking.
I enjoyed this study about expectations from students and teachers. It's a relatable experiment that made me really think about the structural issues that we face in education and how teachers can unknowingly perpetuate these issues.