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

featured book review [English]  

Audrey Amrein-Beardsley

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

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Andrews, Retrospective of a Career

Merrill, A 50+ Year Search

Taylor, It Takes Two

Nieto, On Reconciling Divergent Ideas

Erickson, Some Lessons Learned

Snow, Doubling Down on Serendipity

 Knapp, Building Bridges 


recent book reviews

Review of The testing charade: Pretending to make schools better
Audrey Amrein-Beardsley

Review of Bridging the gaps: College pathways to career success
Brian M. DeLoach

Review of Cradle to kindergarten: A new plan to combat inequality
Carla A. Rhoades

Review of Sage on the screen: Education, media, and how we learn
Jason D. DeHart

Review of What do you think, Mr. Ramirez? The American revolution in education
Connie Schaffer

Review of The leading edge of early childhood education: Linking science to policy for a new generation
Tobi Adegbuyi

Review of The translanguaging classroom: Leveraging student bilingualism for learning
Rachel K. Gilbert

Review of New perspectives on translanguaging and education
Delis Cuellar

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