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

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Review of Newman & Zevin's Geography as inquiry: Teaching about and exploring the Earth as our home

Lauren McArthur Harris

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Andrews, Retrospective of a Career in the Defense Department

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

Taylor, It Takes Two

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recent book reviews

Review of Newman & Zevin's Geography as inquiry: Teaching about and exploring the Earth as our home
Lauren McArthur Harris

Review of Wubbena et al.'s News media and the neoliberal privatization of education
Mark J. Oromaner

Review of Carla Shalaby's Troublemakers: Lessons in freedom from young children at school
Mildred Boveda

Review of The global education race: Taking the measure of PISA and international testing
William C. Smith

Review of Compulsory: Education and the dispossession of youth in a prison school
Robin Brandehoff

Review of Questioning assumptions and challenging perceptions: Becoming an effective teacher in urban environments
Laurel L. Byrne

Review of Grit in the classroom: Building perseverance for excellence in today’s students
Cynthia Cohen

Review of Are you mixed? A war bride's granddaughter's narrative of lives in-between contested race, gender, class, and power
Maya Fenty

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