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] 

Review of DSM-5 diagnosis in the schools

Daniel J. Trunk


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It Takes Two

Henry L. Taylor

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

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Merrill, A 50+ Year Search for Effective, Efficient and Engaging Instruction


recent book reviews

Review of DSM-5 diagnosis in the schools
Daniel J. Trunk

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Jay Parrent

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Sarah Zipf

Review of Composition in the age of austerity
Krystel H. Chenault

Review of Education policy and contemporary theory: Implications for research
Victor J. Sensenig

Review of Black feminism in education: Black women speak back, up, and out
Amber C. Bryant

Review of Race among friends: Exploring race at a suburban school
Steven Drouin

Review of Building relationships, yielding results: How superintendents can work with school boards to create productive teams
Eric Jabal

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