LSU Just Hired William Tate As Its President. Here’s His Scholarly Record.

Rather than rant and rave about how James Williams, the LSU Board of Supervisors member who has more or less plenary power on that board, and Collis Temple, who’s the Board of Supervisors member you see in the photo above who’s dressed differently than all the others, buffaloed the Board into hiring somebody on the basis of race, we’ll just rip off the Google Scholar page of one William F. Tate, formerly provost at the University of South Carolina and now LSU’s first black president.

It doesn’t bother us that LSU now has a black president. What bothers us is that LSU has gone from a pair of woke white leftists running the place in F. King Alexander and Tom Galligan to a radical leftist purveyor of Critical Race Theory. Tate’s scholarly citations are almost uniformly about that subject and it is inconceivable that CRT wouldn’t provide the framework for his governance of the university.

Here’s what Tate has published in scholarly publications…

TITLE
CITED BY
YEAR
Toward a critical race theory of education

G Ladson-Billings, WF Tate
Teachers college record 97 (1), 47
6751 1995
Chapter 4: Critical race theory and education: History, theory, and implications

WF Tate IV
Review of research in education 22 (1), 195-247
1790 1997
Race-Ethnicity, SES, Gender, and Language Proficiency Trends in Mathematics Achievement: An Update

WF Tate IV
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 28 (6), 652-679
610 1997
Returning to the root: A culturally relevant approach to mathematics pedagogy

WF Tate
Theory into practice 34 (3), 166-173
An excerpt from that publication can be found here.
485 1995
Addressing the Disproportionate Representation of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students in Special Education

JK Klingner, AJ Artiles, EB Kozleski, B Harry, S Zion, W Tate, GZ Durán, …
Arizona State University
442* 2005
Addressing the disproportionate representation of culturally and linguistically diverse students in special education through culturally responsive educational systems

J Klingner, AJ Artiles, E Kozleski, B Harry, S Zion, W Tate, GZ Durán, …
Education Policy Analysis Archives/Archivos Analíticos de Políticas …
442 2005
Education research in the public interest: Social justice, action, and policy

G Ladson-Billings, WF Tate
Teachers College Press
324 2006
Race, retrenchment, and the reform of school mathematics

WF Tate
The Phi Delta Kappan 75 (6), 477-484
293 1994
Multicultural Education through the Lens of the Multicultural Education Research Literature.

CA Grant, WF Tate
Individual chapters not available separately.
261 1995
“Geography of opportunity”: Poverty, place, and educational outcomes

WF Tate IV
Educational Researcher 37 (7), 397-411
257 2008
Science education as a civil right: Urban schools and opportunity‐to‐learn considerations

W Tate
Journal of Research in Science Teaching: The Official Journal of the …
220 2001
No time like the present: Reflecting on equity in school mathematics

C Rousseau, WF Tate
Theory into Practice 42 (3), 210-216
A quick excerpt from that article:
“Mathematics education has traditionally paid little attention to teacher reflection about equity. In this article, we argue that the time has come to move equity from the margins to the mainstream in mathematics education and make it a focus of teacher reflection. To illustrate the need for a focus on equity, we describe the beliefs of a group of high school mathematics teachers. We argue that the teachers’ views of equity and race blocked substantive reflection about the nature of their instructional practices and the impact of those practices on students of color in their classes. We submit that this case is important because it highlights some of the assumptions that must be challenged in an effort to promote the kind of reflective practice that can contribute to the realization of opportunity to learn school mathematics.”
193 2003
From inner city to ivory tower: Does my voice matter in the academy?

WF Tate
Urban Education 29 (3), 245-269
149 1994
The Brown decision revisited: Mathematizing social problems

WF Tate, G Ladson-Billings, CA Grant
Educational Policy 7 (3), 255-275
147 1993
School mathematics and African American students: Thinking seriously about opportunity-to-learn standards

WF Tate
Educational Administration Quarterly 31 (3), 424-448
129 1995
Representation of Minority Students in Special Education: Complicating Traditional Explanations: Editors’ Introduction

AJ Artiles, JK Klingner, WF Tate
Educational Researcher 35 (6), 3-5
103 2006
Access and opportunity: The political and social context of mathematics education

WF Tate, C Rousseau
Handbook of international research in mathematics education, 271-299
90 2002
Research on schools, neighborhoods, and communities: Toward civic responsibility

WF Tate
Rowman & Littlefield
73 2012
Intended and unintended effects of state-mandated high school science and mathematics course graduation requirements on educational attainment

AD Plunk, WF Tate, LJ Bierut, RA Grucza
Educational Researcher 43 (5), 230-241
63 2014
School Composition and Context Factors That Moderate and Predict 10th-Grade Science Proficiency

MC Hogrebe, WF TATE IV
Teachers College Record 112 (4), 1096-1136
60 2010
Ethics, engineering, and the challenge of racial reform in education

WF Tate IV
Critical Race Theory in Education, 147-154
58* 2016
Geospatial perspective: Toward a visual political literacy project in education, health, and human services

MC Hogrebe, WF Tate IV
Review of Research in Education 36 (1), 67-94
53 2012
Economics, equity, and the national mathematics assessment: Are we creating a national toll road

WF Tate
New directions for equity in mathematics education, 191-206
49 1995
Ferguson and beyond: A descriptive epidemiological study using geospatial analysis

BD Jones, KM Harris, WF Tate
The Journal of Negro Education 84 (3), 231-253
45 2015
Science and the city: Thinking geospatially about opportunity to learn

WF Tate, BD Jones, E Thorne-Wallington, MC Hogrebe
Urban Education 47 (2), 399-433
45 2012
The political economy of teacher quality in school mathematics: African American males, opportunity structures, politics, and method

WF Tate IV
American Behavioral Scientist 51 (7), 953-971
45 2008
Access and opportunities to learn are not accidents: Engineering mathematical progress in your school

WF Tate
Southeast Eisenhower Regional Consortium for Mathematics and Science Education
38 2005
13 Still separate, still unequal

CR Anderson, WF Tate
Handbook of international research in mathematics education, 299
37 2008
From visuals to vision: Using GIS to inform civic dialogue about African American males

WF Tate IV, M Hogrebe
The Education of Black Males in a’Post-Racial’World, 59-80
35 2013
The” race” to theorize education: Who is my neighbor?

W Tate
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 16 (1), 121-126
33 2003
Place, poverty, and algebra: A statewide comparative spatial analysis of variable relationships

MC Hogrebe, WF Tate
Journal of Mathematics Education at Teachers College 3 (2)
32 2012
Mathematics standards and urban education: Is this the road to recovery?

WF Tate
The Educational Forum 58 (4), 380-390
30 1994
Chapter 5: Brown, Political Economy, and the Scientific Education of African Americans

WF Tate IV
Review of research in education 28 (1), 147-184
27 2004
Putting the” urban” in mathematics education scholarship

WF Tate
Journal of Urban Mathematics Education 1 (1), 5-9
26 2008
Mathematics communication: Creating opportunities to learn

W Tate
Teaching Children Mathematics 1, 344-344
26 1995
Urban schools and mathematics reform: Implementing new standards-Introduction

WF Tate
Urban Education 30 (4), 371-378
23 1996
The urban mathematics collaborative project

NL Webb, DJ Heck, WF Tate
Bold ventures, 245-360
21 1996
Equity, mathematics reform, and research

WF Tate, BS D’Ambrosio
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 28 (6), 650
19 1997
Advocacy versus Economics: A Critical Race Analysis of the Proposed National Assessment in Mathematics.

WF Tate IV
Thresholds in education 19, 16-22
19 1993
Serving vulnerable children and youth in the urban context

WF Tate IV, C Hamilton, BD Jones, WB Robertson, A Macrander, …
Handbook of urban education, 41-61
17 2013
Matemática 3º Educación Básica. Texto del estudiante

R Charles, J Caldwell, M Cavanagh, D Chancellor, J Copley, W Crown, …
Santiago: Pearson
16 2014
Diversity, reform, and professional knowledge: The need for multicultural clarity

WF Tate
Professional development for teachers of mathematics, 55-65
14 1994
A contract for excellence in scientific education: May I have your signature please?

WF Tate, E Malancharuvil-Berkes
Journal of Teacher Education 57 (3), 278-285
13 2006
The impact of adolescent exposure to medical marijuana laws on high school completion, college enrollment and college degree completion

AD Plunk, A Agrawal, PT Harrell, WF Tate, KE Will, JM Mellor, RA Grucza
Drug and alcohol dependence 168, 320-327
11 2016
How does health influence school dropout

WF Tate
St. Louis, MO: Washington University in St. Louis
11 2013
Beyond Stock Stories and Folktales: African Americans’ Paths to STEM Fields

HT Frierson, WF Tate
Emerald Group Publishing
11 2011
Poverty and algebra performance: A comparative spatial analysis of a border south state

WF Tate, MC Hogrebe
Peabody Journal of Education 90 (3), 380-403
10 2015
In the public interest

WF Tate
Education research in the public interest: Social justice, action, and …
10 2006
Maximizing cultural and contextually-sensitive assessment strategies in developmental and educational research

MB Spencer, B Tinsley, D Dupree, S Fegley
Research on schools, neighborhoods and communities: Toward civic …
9 2012
For the Sake of All: Civic Education on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Disparities in St. Louis

JQ Purnell, M Goodman, WF Tate, KM Harris, DL Hudson, BD Jones, …
Urban Education 53 (6), 711-743
8 2018
Mathematical reasoning and educational policy: Moving beyond the politics of dead language

WF Tate, HC Johnson
Developing mathematical reasoning in grades K–12, 221-233
8 1999
Who is my Neighbor? Turner v. Clayton: A Watershed Moment in Regional Education

WF Tate, C Hamilton, WB Robertson, BD Jones, ET Wallington, …
The Journal of Negro Education 83 (3), 216-234
7 2014
Exploring educational opportunity with geospatial patterns in high school algebra 1 and advanced mathematics courses

MC Hogrebe, WF Tate
Critical race spatial analysis: Mapping to understand and address …
6 2017
Residential Segregation Across Metro St. Louis School Districts: Examining the Intersection of Two Spatial Dimensions

MC Hogrebe, WF Tate
AERA Open 5 (1), 2332858419837241
5 2019
Show Me: Diversity and Isolation Indicators of Spatial Segregation Within and Across Missouri’s School Districts

WF Tate, MC Hogrebe
Peabody Journal of Education 93 (1), 5-22
5 2018
Covenant Keeper: Derrick Bells Enduring Education Legacy

G Ladson-Billings, W Tate
Peter Lang International Academic Publishers
5 2016
Did the 18 drinking age promote high school dropout? Implications for current policy

AD Plunk, A Agrawal, WF Tate, P Cavazos-Rehg, LJ Bierut, RA Grucza
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 76 (5), 680-689
5 2015
Digits

FM Fennell, E Milou, A Johnson, WF Tate, HJ Sherman, SJ Murphy, …
Pearson Education
5 2012
A Comparative Statewide Analysis

MC HOGREBE, WF TATE IV
Rethinking education and poverty, 97
4 2015
Toward a sociology of mathematics education: Examining democratic access in US schools

CR ANDERSON, WF TATE
Handbook of international research in mathematics education, 386-406
4 2015
enVision MATH grade 4 common core

R Charles, J Caldwell, M Cavanagh, J Copley, W Crown, F Fennell, …
NJ: Pearson Education, lnc
4 2012
Brown, Sputnik, and mathematics reform: Lessons from the past

WF Tate
Readings on Equal Education 14, 251-264
4 1997
An evaluation of the function knowledge of a selected group of prospective secondary mathematics teachers.

WF Tate
4 1992
Education Research: A Century of Discovery

PA Alexander, FJ Levine, WF Tate IV
Review of Research in Education 40 (1), ix-xviii
3 2016
Introduction Education Research: A Century of Discovery

PA Alexander, FJ Levine, WF Tate
REVIEW OF RESEARCH IN EDUCATION, VOL 40: EDUCATION RESEARCH: A CENTURY OF …
3 2016
Foreword: Disparities, Economics, and Evidence: Beyond Politics in Teacher Education

WF Tate
The Journal of Negro Education, 193-196
3 2011
Disrupting tradition: Research and practice pathways in mathematics education

WF Tate, KD King, CR Anderson
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
3 2010
Introduction: urban schools and mathematics reform: implementing new standards

WF Tate IV
Urban education 30 (4), 371-378
3 1996
Review of” The Lottery”.

W Tate
National Education Policy Center
2 2011
From the desk of the president: Building a stimulating and sustainable research enterprise

WF Tate IV
Educational Researcher 37 (1), 51
2 2008
From the Desk of the President: Linking Education Research and Civic Responsibility: Why Now?

WF Tate IV
Educational Researcher 36 (7), 408
2 2007
chool Mathematics and African American Students: The need to revisit Opportunity-toLearn Standards

WF Tate
The Politics of Curricular Change: Race, Hegemony, and Power in Education …
2 2005
School Mathematics and African American Students: The need to revisit Opportunity-to-Learn Standards

WF Tate
The Politics of Curricular Change: Race, Hegemony, and Power in Education …
2 2005
Mathematics education research: Can the field deliver?

J Ferrini-Mundy, B D’Ambrosio, B Dougherty, D Grouws, ID Johnson, …
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 33 (5), 313-318
2 2002
2008–Putting the” Urban” in Mathematics Education Scholarship

WF Tate
Journal of Urban Mathematics Education 11 (1&2)
1 2018
Chapter 16 STEM Blind Spots: Moving Beyond Stock Stories and Folktales

WF Tate, HT Frierson
Beyond Stock Stories and Folktales: African Americans’ Paths to STEM Fields …
1 2011
African-American males and the logic of a geospatial higher education project

WF Tate
Black American Males in Higher Education: Research, Programs and Academe, 21-35
1 2009
2008 AERA Annual Meeting Highlights

WF Tate IV
Educational Researcher 37 (2), 106
1 2008
Access and Opportunity to Learn Are Not Accidental: Engineering a Mathematical Revolution in Your School

WF Tate
Monograph commissioned by the Southeastern Regional Vision for Education …
1 2005
Critical race theory, racial microaggressions, and campus racial climate for Latina/o undergraduates

S Rhoden, S Rhoden, S Rhoden, W Allen, Q Allen, Q Allen, MR Almond, …
Building Trust and Resilience Among Black Male High School Students: Boys to …
2019
Who Will Help Children? Building Brain Regimes

WF Tate IV
2019
2018–“SUM” is Better than Nothing: Toward a Sociology of Urban Mathematics Education

WF Tate, CR Anderson, DA Tate
Journal of Urban Mathematics Education 11 (1&2)
2018
Beyond Education Triage

WF Tate IV
Facing Segregation: Housing Policy Solutions for a Stronger Society, 215
2018
2015 Wallace Foundation Distinguished Lecture: Anonymity No More: Seeing Our Neighbors in Ferguson and the Implications for Social Policy

WF Tate, BD Jones
Educational Researcher 46 (5), 223-233
2017
Education Research and Its Second Century

PA Alexander, FJ Levine, WF Tate
SAGE
2017
The crisis of race in higher education: a day of discovery and dialogue

WF Tate IV, N Staudt, A Macrander
Emerald Group Publishing
2016
The Chancellor’s Graduate Fellowship Program: A Pre- and Post-Grutter Analysis

SR Notaro, E Daugherty, M C. Hogrebe, P Howard, DH Mitchell, …
The Crisis of Race in Higher Education: A Day of Discovery and Dialogue, 237-259
2016
The Chancellor’s Graduate Fellowship Program: A Pre-and Post-Grutter Analysis’, The Crisis of Race in Higher Education: A Day of Discovery and Dialogue (Diversity in Higher …

SR Notaro, E Daugherty, CH Mark, P Howard, DH Mitchell, WF Tate
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
2016
Education Research: A Century of Discovery. Review of Research in Education. Volume 40.

P Alexander, FJ Levine, W Tate
American Educational Research Association (AERA)
2016
The impact of state-level education policy, taxation, income disparity and political ideology on tobacco use in two nationally representative samples

AD Plunk, W Tate, L Bierut, R Grucza
Drug and Alcohol Dependence, e179
2014
8 Interstate School Choice?

MC Hogrebe, L Kyei-Blankson, WF Tate
The Resegregation of Schools: Education and Race in the Twenty-First Century …
2013
Interstate School Choice? Evaluating Educational Quality in Metropolitan Regions that are Divided by State Lines

MC Hogrebe, L Kyei-Blankson, WF Tate
The Resegregation of Schools, 190-219
2013
313 THE IMPACT OF EXPOSURE TO PERMISSIVE MINIMUM LEGAL DRINKING AGE LAWS ON HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION

A Plunk, W Tate, L Bierut, R Grucza
Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research 37
2013
Pandemic Preparedness

WF Tate IV
Research on Schools, Neighborhoods, and Communities: Toward Civic …
2012
NEPC Review: The Lottery

W Tate
2011
Using Research to Inform District-Level Policy Decisions about Mathematics Programs

WF Tate
TEACHINGand LEARNING MATHEMATICS, 29
2010
Council Cal

GA Duncan, A John, WG Tierney, IW by President, W Tate
Educational Researcher 37 (6), 386-388
2008
Toward a critical race theory of education (1995)

G Ladson-Billings, WF Tate IV
na
2008
From the Desk of the President

WF Tate IV
Educational Researcher 36 (5), 288
2007
American Educational Research Association 2008 Annual Meeting Call for Proposals

WF Tate, JD Anderson
Educational Researcher, 219-239
2007
President-Elect Tate Invites Nominations for Committees

WF Tate IV
Educational Researcher 35 (7), 39-39
2006
Ladson-Billings, Gloria, and William F. Tate, eds., Education Research in the Public Interest. New York: Teachers College Press, 2006.

G Ladson-Billings, WF Tate
2006
2006 Annual Meeting Theme and Highlights:” Education Research in the Public Interest” Investigación Educativa al Servicio del Interés Público

WF Tate
Educational Researcher 35 (1), 36
2006
American Educational Research Association 2006 Annual Meeting Call for Proposals

G Ladson-Billings, WF Tate, Chair
Educational Researcher 34 (4), 31-44
2005
Addressing the Disproportionate Representation of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students in Special Education through Culturally Responsive Educational Systems1 Janette …

AJ Artiles, E Kozleski, B Harry, S Zion, W Tate
Education Policy Analysis Archives 13 (38), 2
2005
Model-Based Mathematical Languages as Technological Literacy: Some Reflections on an Urban School Challenge

WF Tate
Perspectives on Rescuing Urban Literacy Education: Spies, Saboteurs, and …
2004
Are Not Accidents

WF Tate IV
2004
Quality in School Mathematics tttpztontnwgeiiiiiiii

WF Tate IV
American Behavioral Scientist 51 (7), 953-971
2003
Reforming reading, writing, and mathematics: Teachers’ responses and the prospects for systemic reform

WF Tate
TEACHERS COLLEGE RECORD 101 (2), 261-265
1999
Mathematical Reasoning

WF Tate, HC Johnson
Yearbook 61, 221
1999
No black English barrier, yet a clear case of racial bias in mathematics testing

WF Tate
JOURNAL OF BLACKS IN HIGHER EDUCATION, 55-55
1998
Rethinking Models for Mathematics Technology Teacher Education

WF Tate
Models for mathematics technology teacher development programs 3, 121
1997
Stating the Obvious: Mathematics Course Taking Matters

WF Tate
The Nature and Role of Algebra in the K-14 Curriculum: Proceedings of a …
1997
I’m Going Home: A Journey to Holy Angels

W Tate
Growing Up African American in Catholic Schools, 141
1996
Mathematizing and the Democracy

S Reconstructionist, WF Tate IV
Making Schooling Multicultural: Campus and Classroom, 185
1996
From Inner City to Ivory Tower: Does My Voice Matter

WF Tate
Proceedings, 299
1993
Science and the Role of Mathematical Models

WF Tate IV
AERA President 2007–2008 [email protected] wustl. edu

WF Tate IV
Journal of Negro Education

BD Jones, KM Harris, WF Tate
The Graduate School Washington University in St. Louis Application for Admission to

WF Tate
Political Economy and School Mathematics

WF Tate IV
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