Publications


Books

Howe, W. A., & Lisi, P. L. (2016) Second Edition.  Becoming a multicultural educator: Developing awareness, gaining skills, and taking action. 2nd Ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Howe, W.A. & Gabriel, M. L. (2015).  Multicultural Education: From Ethnic Studies to NCLB to Common Core—a PK-12 Perspective in – Multicultural Education: A Renewed Paradigm of Transformation and Call to Action (San Francisco, CA: Caddo Gap Press).  [in press]

Howe, W. A., & Lisi, P. L. (2014). Becoming a multicultural educator: Developing awareness, gaining skills, and taking action. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

 Howe, W. (2010) Contributer to Storied Inquiries in International Landscapes: An Anthology of Educational Research, Edited by: Tonya Huber-Warring, St. Cloud State University. IAP – Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.

 Howe, W. et al. (2007) “The Role of Government in Advancing Gender Equity in  Education.” In Handbook for Achieving Gender Equity through Education, 2nd    Edition. Mah Wah: Erlbaum

 Gorski, P., Heidelbach, R., Howe, W., Jackson, M., and Tell, S. (2000). Forging communities   for educational change with email discussion groups, pp. 73-86 in Gorski, P. (Author, Ed.), Multicultural Education and the Internet: Intersections and Integrations. NY:  McGraw-Hill

Howe, W. “Developing and Nurturing Professional Relationships” in The Adult Educator as Consultant. Lois J. Zachary, Sally Vernon, EDITORS. No. 58, Summer 1993. Jossey‑Bass Publishers.

Articles

Cultural Competence: Essential Skills to Have.
DIVERSITY RECRUITMENT PARTNERS in Education (Fall, 2015)

Multicultural Education: What it is and What It Isn’t. DIVERSITY RECRUITMENT PARTNERS in Education (Spring-March, 2015)

Let’s Not Pretend We Are Colorblind. Hartford Courant Op-Ed. June 16, 2014

Been in a Saloon Lately? Act.Innovate.Transform, School of Education – Quinnipiac University. Dec. 9, 2013

The Importance of Academic Blogging Part II: Dr. William Howe shares his story. February 21, 2013

We Have Lost Our Moral Compass. Academia.edu Jan. 17, 2012

“Go Back to Where You Came From”   March 24, 2011

Television-Radio- Video

Cultural Competency in Today’s Increasingly Multicultural World. Teachers College/Columbia University Academic Festival. May 11, 2015 .  Video.

WGBH, May 20, 2013. Model Minority: Do the Math. Boston, MA. Documentary film followed by panel discussion with Liz Cheng, General Manager of WGBH Television and the national multicast WORLD Channel.

WNPR. June 27, 2012 on Where We Live (with John Dankosky). Cultural Competency for Kids – Do students know how to get along with others around the world?
http://cptv.vo.llnwd.net/o2/ypmwebcontent/Catie/Where%20We%20Live%2006-27-2012.mp3

 

Male’s Perspective: Multicultural Education

Male’s Perspective: Multicultural Education – on blogtalk Radio- Cultural Conversations virtual studio, Bill Howe, author of “Becoming a Multicultural Educator: Developing Awareness, Gaining Skills, and Taking Action”.  Bill will discuss the changing demographics and what educators need to do to be successful in  teaching to all students. He will also discuss the impetus to his new book.
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/culturalconversationsradio/2012/09/18/males-perspective-education-diversity

WNPR. March 12, 2009. Title IX: On The Court And Off. Three panelists debating the impact and viability of Title IX. Included in the discussion will be Dr. William A. Howe, Education Consultant for Multicultural Education, Title IX & Interdistrict Grants; Christine A. Baker, author of Why She Plays, The World of Women’s Basketball; and Allison Kasic, the Director of The R. Gaull Silberman Center for Collegiate Studies. On Where We Live with John Dankovsky – Host.
http://www.cpbn.org/files/audio/Where%20We%20Live%2003-13-2009.mp3

 

WNPR. April 21, 2008. Connecticut’s growing Asian American community. On Where We Live with John Dankovsky – Host.
http://www.cpbn.org/files/audio/Where%20We%20Live%2004-21-2008.mp3

Gender Gap in Education- hosted by Kathy Wilson, West Hartford Community Television TV-5, West Hartford, CT, October 19, 2006.

Dramaturg Educational Symposium – Durango – play by Julia Cho at Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT. October 1, 2006, (50)

WNPR. July 18, 2005. Connecticut’s growing Asian American community. On Where We Live with Av Harris – Host.

CT-N (Connecticut Network). Protecting Title IX and Equity for Women’s Athletics. Roundtable discussion with Congressman John B. Larson (D-First District, Connecticut). University of Hartford, Hartford, CT.

WFUV 90.7 Radio from New York City. Phone in interview on Multicultural Education and the 7th Annual Conference on Multicultural Education. October 17, 2003

“Electric Drum” on 94.3 FM Radio in New Haven, CT. Talk Show Hosts: Enola Arid & Bill Foster. Topic – “Race Relations in the US.” Panelists: Mark Nathan Cohen, author of Culture of Intolerance, Joan Edwards, William A. Howe – June 14, 1998

Straight Talk Live “Grading Our Schools.” with Hosts Gayle King and Al Terzi of WFSB, Channel 3 (CBS) April 17, 1997, Hartford, CT. Panel discussion on Sheff vs O’Neill School Desegregation case and the state takeover of Hartford Public Schools.

Forum on Race Relations on Campus moderated by Tom Condon, Columnist – Hartford Courant (January, 1996). Connecticut Public Television Broadcast (CPTV) from the University of Hartford.

**** Journal Publications

Howe, W. (Fall, 2009) “Parting Words: Remembering Ronald Takaki” MultiCultural Review, Lutz, FL.

Carjuzaa, J.; Davis –Fuller, E; Fenimore-Smith, J .K.; Howe, W.; Kugler, E.; London, A; Ruiz, I.;  Shin, B.; Drawing Parallels in Search of Educational Equity: A Multicultural Education  Delegation to China Looks Outside to See Within (Multicultural Perspectives, Volume  10, Issue 1 January 2008 , pages 35 – 40)

 Gorski, P., Heidelbach, R., Howe, W., Jackson, M., and Tell, S. (2000). Forging communities  for educational change with email discussion groups, pp. 37-42, Multicultural  Perspectives, Vol. 2, No. 4. Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers, NJ.

Howe, W. & Pang, V. (September, 2000) “Overcoming Resistance to Multicultural Discourse  through the Use of Classroom Simulations” MultiCultural Review, Westport, CT.

Lisi, P. & Howe, W. (September, 1999) “Supporting Teachers in Becoming Multicultural Educators: A Model Staff Development Program” MultiCultural Review, Westport, CT.

Howe, W. & Lisi, P. (May/June, 1995) “Focusing on Diversity – Strategies for Adult Educators” ADULT LEARNING. Volume 6, No. 5, 19-21, 31, American Association on Adult & Continuing Education, Washington, DC

Howe, W., Vernon, S.; Vericker, W.; Zachary, L., “Consulting: the Adult Education Business of the 90’s“; ADULT LEARNING. September/October 1994, Volume 6 , Number 1. American Association on Adult & Continuing Education, Washington, DC

Howe, W.; Russett, C.; & Vericker, W., “How to Nurture Informal Learning” TRAINING Magazine. Vol. 29, No.6, June, 1992, p.12‑14. Lakewood Publications.


**** Book Reviews

 Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education, Multicultural Perspectives, April, 2013 

The Fifth Discipline by Peter Senge – Human Resource Association of the Northeast. Summer 1994


**** Curriculum

Project M: Mentoring, Mathematical Minds. Reviewed mathematics curriculum  manuscript for the University of Connecticut Neag School of Education  for bias and multicultural infusion, 2003

Howe, W. Contributing Editor. (1997) Teacher’s Guide to the Ethnic Man!  Education Program. Entertaining Diversity, Dedham, MA

Beggs, R.; Fossen, B.; Hatch, M.; Howe, W.; Hepburn.; Moore, J. Special  Education Handbook. Edmonton, Alberta. 1980. Alberta             Department of Education.

Marlet, N., Howe, W.; et al, The Dependent Handicapped Child in the Regular   Classroom. Edmonton, Alberta. 1980. Alberta Department of   Education.

 

 **** Technical Reports, Newsletters, and Bulletins

 Howe, W. Developing a Model for a Multicultural Research and Education Center, ERIC   Clearinghouse on Urban and Minority Education (1996)