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Using Intersectionality as a Tool for Social Justice With Low-Income and Economically Marginalized Children and Youth
Low-income and economic marginalization (LIEM) is associated with a wide range of negative outcomes that can vary based on the other identities a child or youth holds. Understanding the intersection of LIEM with other identities (e.g., race, ethnicity, gender), as well as with broader systems, is cr ...
School climate is linked to a host of student outcomes from achievement to overall mental well-being. School psychologists are well positioned to assist schools and school districts to facilitate change by focusing on improving their climates. This article describes how this was done by three school ...