Cultural Logic's Editorial Group Welcomes Rich Gibson and E. Wayne Ross
Rich Gibson is an Associate Professor of Education at San Diego State University. His recent essay, "Outfoxing the Destruction of Wisdom" published in the social studies journal, Theory and Research in Social Education (<http://www.pipeline.com/~rgibson/Outfoxing.htm>) is a careful examination of high-stakes standardized testing and the growing resistance to the Big Exams in the U.S. He is a co-founder of the Rouge Forum and a member of the Whole Schooling Consortium.
E. Wayne Ross is Distinguished University Scholar and Chair of the Department of Teaching and Learning at the University of Louisville. A former secondary school and day care teacher, Ross is also co-founder of the Rouge Forum, a group of educators, students, and parents seeking a democratic society. He has written numerous articles and is the editor or author of eight books including The Social Studies Curriculum: Purposes, Problems, and Possibilities (SUNY Press) and Democratic Social Education: Social Studies for Social Change (Falmer Press). For the past six years he has been editor of the journal Theory and Research in Social Education, and he is a General Editor of Workplace: The Journal of Academic Labor <http://www.workplace-gsc.com/>. Ross's web page at the University of Louisville is: <http://www.louisville.edu/edu/edtl/faculty/ross.html>.
Cultural Logic, ISSN 1097-3087
February 6, 2003
Rich Gibson and E. Wayne Ross join Cultural Logic's editorial group