Jenice L. View is Associate Professor of Transformative Teaching at George Mason University in the United States. Her research focuses on critical pedagogy in teacher professional development, the impact of history teaching on youth voice and civic engagement, and the uses of arts integration. She is creator and host of “Urban Education: Issues and Solutions,” an award-winning cable television program. Among her many publications are two books she co-edited, “Why Public Schools?: Voices from the United States” and Canada, and the award-winning “Putting the movement back into civil rights teaching: A resource guide for classrooms and communities”.