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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...


Peak Performance for Deans and Chairs: Reframing Higher Education's Middle

by Susan Stavert Roper

This book analyzes the behavior of chairs and deans through the political, structural, human resources, and symbolic frames. Lessons learned from the negative as well as the positive scenarios are highlighted,...


Travel on and on

by Elisa Macedo Dekaney

Travel On and On: Interdisciplinary Lessons on the Music of World Cultures incorporates traditional and newly composed materials, as well as other content area resources, on the music of our global community....


Principal Leadership in Taiwan Schools

by Roger C. Shouse

In reaction to globalization, Taiwan has attempted to restructure its schools along more western lines in at attempt to attain legitimacy on the world stage. As a result, Taiwan principals, once kings within...


Teachers as Servant Leaders

by Joe D. Nichols

In today's political environment with the emphasis on testing, standards, and accountability, teachers can easily feel frustrated by the amount of time and resources left over for teaching-for guiding students...


Born Reading: Bringing Up Bookworms in a Digital Age -- From Picture Books to eBooks and Everything in Between

by Jason Boog & Betsy Bird

A program for parents and professionals on how to raise kids who love to read, featuring interviews with childhood development experts, advice from librarians, tips from authors and children’s book publishers,...


Leading from the Middle: A Case-Study Approach to Academic Leadership for Associate and Assistant Deans

by Tammy Stone

This book examines the often overlooked and always challenging position of associate/assistant dean. While readers may find themselves saying, 'I wish someone had told me that!' Stone and Coussons-Read infuse...


Student Loans in China: Efficiency, Equity, and Social Justice

by Baoyan Cheng

Providing the most updated information on the current financial aid system, especially the Government-subsidized Student Loan Program, in China, this book employs a multi-perspective approach to studying this...


Unlocking the Gates: How and Why Leading Universities Are Opening Up Access to Their Courses

by Taylor Walsh & William G. Bowen

Over the past decade, a small revolution has taken place at some of the world's leading universities, as they have started to provide free access to undergraduate course materials--including syllabi, assignments,...


A Teacher's Guide to Successful Classroom Management and Differentiated Instruction

by Billie F. Birnie

A Teacher’s Guide to Successful Classroom Management and Differentiated Instruction is a practical, straightforward conversation with teachers about two key aspects of their work. Illustrating concepts with...


How to Keep Good Teachers and Principals: Practical Solutions to Today's Classroom Problems

by Lonnie Melvin

This book serves as a helpful, hands-on toolbox to give educators more tools and strategies, including a new behavior modification model called Self-Correcting Behavior Modification.