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

The Education Review team 

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

Associate Editors (English): Claudia Cervantes-Soon, Julia Martin, Keon McGuire, Jeanne Powers

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

Featured Book Reviews [English]

Featured Essay    

New! Learnings, however wise

Lyn Corno

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

Current Editors: Sonia Nieto, Frederick Erickson, Phil Winne

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

Select Past Essays

Volume 1 (2016)

Volume 1 (2017)

Volume 1 (2018) 

recent book reviews

Review of Educating students to improve the world
Marta Estellés Frade

Review of Dare to lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts.
Shannon Lynn Hamm

Review of The college dropout scandal
Saralyn McKinnon-Crowley

Review of White guys on campus: Racism, white immunity, and the myth of “post-racial” higher education
Nicholas Francis Havey

Review of Not light but fire: How to lead meaningful race conversations in the classroom
Hannah Lee Park

Review of Exploring data production in motion: Fluidity and feminist poststructuralism
Nikki Fairchild

Review of The textbook and the lecture
Jason D. DeHart

Review of Reaching and teaching students in poverty: Strategies for erasing the opportunity gap
Katherine Pivoda, Dane Stickney

Reviews are archived and their publication announced by means of a listserv (EDREV).

Education Review is a signatory to the Budapest Open Access Initiative.

Disclaimer: The views or opinions presented in book reviews are solely those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of Education Review.