Education Review // Reseñas Educativas

Welcome to the EdRev site! Education Review (ISSN: 1094-5296) publishes reviews of recent books in education, covering the entire range of education scholarship and practice. On this site you will find the latest reviews and the books available for review. Request a book for review  

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The Education Review Team

Editors: Gustavo E. Fischman   Melissa Cast-Brede   Gene V. Glass 

featured book review [English] 

Acquired Wisdom Series featured essay

It Takes a Village of Mentors

Alan Lesgold

Acquired Wisdom Series: a publication to preserve and transmit the knowledge and skills of distinguished educational researchers. Read More

Editors: S. Tobias, J. D. Fletcher, D. C. Berliner

Past Essays

Gee, Ramblings of an Old Academic

Sweller, The Story of A Research Program

Tobias, No Panacea Garden

Berliner, An Unanticipated Successful Career

Sternberg, Wisdom applied


recent book reviews

Capital, power, and education: “Dark Money” and the politics of common-sense. A critical essay review of Jane Mayer’s Dark Money: The hidden history of the billionaires behind the rise of the Radical Right
Eleni Schirmer, Michael W. Apple

Review of A good investment? Philanthropy and the marketing of race in an urban public school
Maiyoua Vang

Review of Despite the best intentions: How racial inequality thrives in good schools
Steven D. Drouin

Review of Resisting reform: Reclaiming public education through grassroots activism
Andrene Castro

Review of An activist handbook for the education revolution: United Opt Out's test of courage
Mark Nagasawa

Review of More than a score: The new uprising against high-stakes testing
Audrey A. Fisch

Review of Rethinking value-added models in education: Critical perspectives on tests and assessment-based accountability
Natalia L. Guzman

Review of Globalizing knowledge: Intellectuals, universities, and publics in transformation
Mark J. Oromaner

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