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Kaleidoscope of Cultures: A Celebration of Multicultural Research and Practice

by MOORE/EWELL

This book features lively speeches, engaging workshop presentations on a variety of topics (including making ethnic instruments), and extensive reviews of vocal and instrumental multicultural music literature...


Theoretical Perspectives on American Indian Education: Taking a New Look at Academic Success and the Achievement Gap

by Terry Huffman

Featuring readings on four prominent theoretical perspectives on American Indian education - cultural discontinuity theory, structural inequality theory, interactionalist theory, and transculturation theory...


The Nurturing Teacher: Managing the Stress of Caring

by Kjersti VanSlyke-Briggs

This book tackles the concerns of stressed teachers. Whether from nurturance suffering (stress related to caring for students) or from the piles of paperwork yet to be tackled, the author helps the reader sort...


Action Research for Teacher Candidates: Using Classroom Data to Enhance Instruction

by Robert P. Pelton

This book has been written in the hopes of equipping teachers-in-training-that is, teacher candidates-with the skills needed for action research: a process that leads to focused, effective, and responsive strategies...


Culture or Chaos in the Village: The Journey to Cultural Fluency

by Ursula Thomas

Readers of this book will learn how to create and/or examine critical issues about culture and beliefs and the way these issues influence perceptions on how diverse learners experience learning. This book motivates...


Strong Schools, Strong Leaders: What Matters Most in Times of Change

by Perry P. Wiseman

This book was written for everyday practitioners aiming to create staffs capable of making their schools sparkle amidst the chaos. Not only does this book describe four essential foundational practices of the...


Privileged Thinking in Today's Schools: The Implications for Social Justice

by David Barnett

In this collection of scenarios and episodes, many of which were experienced by the authors in their years as school administrators, you will find an array of provocative examples of social injustice in the...


Finding, Preparing, and Supporting School Leaders: Critical Issues, Useful Solutions

by Sharon Conley

With dwindling funds and resources, tougher state and federal standards, and fatigue from more regulations and testing, many school administrators are giving up _or 'crashing' and leaving their posts. This book...


Students with Disabilities Can Meet Accountability Standards: A Roadmap for School Leaders

by John O'Connor

This book provides a description of what instruction should look like in every classroom across the school for students with disabilities and how to make this happen.


The Forgotten Room: Inside a Public Alternative School for At-Risk Youth

by Mary Hollowell

This gritty and compelling ethnography examines the darker side of American education through chronicling the course of Peachtree Alternative School's tenth and final year.. It exposes punitive school policy,...


Making Large Schools Work: The Advantages of Small Schools

by Arthur Shapiro

This book lays out very practical approaches to making our ever-increasingly large schools work more effectively. By closely analyzing the advantages and disadvantages of large schools, the author can provide...


Call to Purpose: Mission-Centered Change at Three Liberal Arts Colleges

by Matthew Hartley

A decade ago, the majority of liberal arts colleges, suffering from a decline in resources, drifted from their traditional missions. This study looks at three insitutions and suggests that a clear mission is...


Call to Purpose: Mission-Centered Change at Three Liberal Arts Colleges

by Matthew Hartley

A decade ago, the majority of liberal arts colleges, suffering from a decline in resources, drifted from their traditional missions. This study looks at three insitutions and suggests that a clear mission is...


Betrayed

by Laurie H. Rogers

Betrayed aims to tell the truth of public education - from the perspective of a parent who has fought the education bureaucracy.


Dream! Create! Sustain!: Mastering the Art and Science of Transforming School Systems

by Francis M. Duffy

This book provides change leaders in education with essential concepts, principles, strategies, and tactics for how to create and sustain whole-system change in their school systems.


Exploring the Myths and the Realities of Today's Schools: A Candid Review of the Challenges Educators Face

by Richard P. McAdams

This sympathetic look at the daily work life of our educators directly confronts issues with our changing student population, teacher unions, poor family dynamics, financial inequities, and student performance...


The Extreme Principle

by Keen J. Babbage

This book gives the reader a critique of the typical, bureaucratic, mandated education reform efforts which often fail and which often lead to another education reform effort which also is likely to fail. This...


Leveraging Chaos

by John R. Shoup

This book explores the rules and patterns that govern complex systems that, when properly understood and applied, result in more effective leadership than what is offered from traditional leadership models.


Teaching, the Hardest Job You'll Ever Love

by Steven Sonntag

This book is a realistic guide that can help the high school teacher and community. It includes ways to maintain one's health, how to balance one's personal and school life, and how to interact in a better,...


A Journalist's Education in the Classroom: The Challenge of School Reform

by David S. Awbrey

After an impressive career in journalism, David S. Awbrey became a middle-school social studies teacher in Springfield, Missouri, a typical American community that he uses as a compelling case study to explore...