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

Associate Editors (English): Brian Drake, Claudia Cervantes-Soon, Josephine Marsh, Keon McGuire, Jeanne Powers

Associate Editors (Portuguese): Mario Azevedo, Maria Luiza Süssekind

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recent book reviews

Review of Teaching AI: Exploring new frontiers for learning
Bradley Garrison

Reseña de Fuego, meteoritos y elefantes: Cruzando fronteras en Educación Infantil
Teresa Núñez

Review of Land-grant universities for the future: Higher education for the common good
Ryan Korstange

Review of Cultivating a culture of learning: Contemplative practices, pedagogy, and research in education
Laura Erhard Fiorenza

Review of Classroom cultures: Equitable schooling for racially diverse youth
Tiffini Pruitt-Britton

Review of Leading against the grain: Lessons for creating just and equitable schools
Jessica Lilian Andaya, Alison S. Marzocchi

Review of None of the Above: The untold story of the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal, corporate greed, and the criminalization of educators
Diane Ravitch

Review of A guide to how your child learns: Understanding the brain from infancy to young adulthood
Jessica Platt

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