Daniel D. Liou
Graduate Student Researcher, Spencer Suburban Research Project
Daniel D. Liou is a Ph.D. Candidate at the UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies. He received his B.A. with honors from U.C. Berkeley in Asian American Studies and Ed. M. in Administration, Planning and Social Policy from Harvard Graduate School of Education. He is the first in his family to graduate from high school and has been working and researching with youth in urban high schools in the United States for the past 18 years. His research focuses on the issues of teacher expectations, school culture, and policymaking as indicators for school effectiveness. A high school teacher this past year. Daniel has several publications and the latest with co-authors René Antrop-González and Robert Cooper, “Unveiling the Promise of Community Cultural Wealth to Sustaining Latina/o Students' College-Going Information Networks”, is available in the November 2009 issue of Educational Studies.
Other selected publications include:
Cooper, R., Liou, D.D., Antrop-González, R., (Under review). The relationship between high stakes information and the community cultural wealth model perspective: Lessons from Milwaukee and beyond. Multicultural Learning and Teaching.
Liou, D.D. (2008, September 12). Beyond politics of school size: An essay review. Education Review, Vol. 11, No. 5.
Cooper, R. & Liou, D. D. (2007). The structure and culture of information pathways: Rethinking Opportunity to Learn in urban high schools during the ninth grade transition. The High School Journal, Vol. 91, No. 1, 43-56
Liou, D.D. (2007). Review: Education Research in the Public Interest: Social Justice, Action, and Policy edited by Gloria Ladson-Billings and William F. Tate. InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies. Vol. 3, Issue 1.
Liou, D.D., & Antrop-González, R. “To upend the boat of teacher mediocrity: The challenges and possibilities of critical race pedagogy in diverse urban classrooms.” In Malott C.S., & Porfilio, B.J. (Forthcoming Ed.). Critical Pedagogy in the 21st Century: A New Generation of Scholars. Charlotte: Information Age Publishing.
Antrop-González, R. & Liou, D.D. “Toward a theory high stakes information networks: Examining student voices of color.” In Kozuh, B., Kahn, R., Kozlowska, A.(2008 Ed.) The Practical Science of Society. Grand Forks: The College of Education and Human Development, University of North Dakota.
Rubin, B., Wing, J.Y., Noguera, P.A., Fuentes, E.H., Liou, D.D., Rodriguez, A.P., & McCready, L.T. “Structuring Inequality at Berkeley High.” In Noguera, P. A. & Wing, J. Y. (2006 Ed.) Unfinished Business: One School’s Effort to Close the Racial Achievement Gap, the Work. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.