Saturday, November 18 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM Congressional D (Lobby Level)

Session 155
Educational Institutions and Student Well-Being

Chair: Fazila Derya Agis, University of the People

1. From Hometown to American School: Understanding the Educational Trajectories of Different Generations of Children of Migrants from the Same Town (1900s-1970s)Gabrielle Escaich, ERC Lubartworld, Ecole Normale Supérieure, New York University.

2. Racialized Knowledge and Racial Triangulation: Two Cases of Asian-American Studies ProgramsHannah D'Apice, Stanford University.

3. The Pupils and the Republic Well-Being, Emulation and Selection in the (Re) Construction of an Educational SystemJean Louis Fabiani, Central European University.

4. Does an Open Classroom Climate Predict Student Social and Emotional Well-Being? Findings from the School Culture 360 2.0 SurveyCRYSTAL SPRING, Johns Hopkins University; Andrea Ochoa, Johns Hopkins University.

5. Recasting Campus Histories: Archival Research, Digital History, and the Sense of PlaceJennifer Helgren, University of the Pacific.

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