Editorial, Partnership in fostering socially just pedagogies





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How to Cite

Munevar-Pelton , I. ., Olsen-Neill , A. ., Yahlnaaw, De Wet-Billings , N. ., Hellemans, K. ., Hornsby, D., Laher , S. ., Mullally , M. ., Osman , R. ., & Smith , H. . (2022). Editorial, Partnership in fostering socially just pedagogies. International Journal for Students As Partners, 6(1), 1–9. https://doi.org/10.15173/ijsap.v6i1.5129



Special Section: Partnership in fostering socially-just pedagogy