Dr. Carla R. Monroe
Dr. Carla R. Monroe is a researcher who examines the role of social context in human experiences. Her scholarship largely focuses on the salience of race, social class, and gender, particularly in communities of color. Her interests include inequities in school discipline, ethnoracial identity, and successful educational practice. Her publications have appeared in Theory Into Practice, Urban Education, and Educational Researcher among other venues.   
Selected Publications

Monroe, C. R. (2009). Teachers closing the discipline gap in an urban middle school. Urban Education, 44, 322-347.

Morris, J. E., & Monroe, C. R. (2009). Why study the U. S. South? The nexus of race and place in investigating Black student achievement. Educational Researcher, 38, 21-36.


E-mail: carla@drcarlamonroe.com