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Research interests

Topics of research interest include achievement gap, opportunity gap, and educational disparities.

Keywords

  • achievement gap
  • educational disparities
  • opportunity gap

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Projects 2012 2015

Disability, Stigma, and School: Lessons from Japanese, S

Haight, W., Kayama, M. & Yun Lee, H.

The Spencer Foundation

9/1/148/31/15

Project: Research project

teaching
disability
educator

Ethnography of the William Mitchell Child Protection Cli

Haight, W. & Marshall, J. M.

CASEY FAMILY PROGRAMS

1/1/1412/31/14

Project: Research project

child protection
ethnography

Research Output 1985 2018

Stereotyping
Special Education
stigmatization
special education
parents
1 Citations

East Asian and US educators' reflections on how stigmatization affects their relationships with parents whose children have disabilities: Challenges and solutions

Kayama, M., Haight, W., Ku, M. L. M., Cho, M. & Lee, H. Y. Feb 1 2017 In : Children and Youth Services Review. 73, p. 128-144 17 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Stereotyping
stigmatization
parents
Parents
disability

Everyday coping with moral injury: The perspectives of professionals and parents involved with child protection services

Haight, W., Sugrue, E., Calhoun, M. & Black, J. Nov 1 2017 In : Children and Youth Services Review. 82, p. 108-121 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

child protection
coping
parents
Parents
Wounds and Injuries
2 Citations

Moral injury among Child Protection Professionals: Implications for the ethical treatment and retention of workers

Haight, W., Sugrue, E. P. & Calhoun, M. Nov 1 2017 In : Children and Youth Services Review. 82, p. 27-41 15 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

child protection
worker
Wounds and Injuries
Parents
Therapeutics
widow
right of ownership
social worker
human rights
husband