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My Second First Year: Leaving Academia for a High School Classroom

Author: Joseph R. Jones
Abstract: Dr. Jones returned to the high school classroom after 15 years in higher education, most recently as an Associate Dean. This text chronicles his journey into his new teaching career. The premise of the text is framed on the attributes of a relational pedagogy. As such, the book discusses the relationships that Dr. Jones developed throughout the academic year. In this capacity, relational pedagogy allows the reader a unique lens through which to view the schooling process in this metropolitan southern town. In the book, Jones examines topics such as standardized testing, racism, sexuality, cheating, among other topics, through a critical theory paradigm. In doing so, Jones is able to interweave theoretical concepts within the daily actions of the schooling process. As such, the text is a unique reconceptualization of schools and the purpose of schools. 
Publisher: Information Age
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Navigating the American Education System: Four Latino Success Stories

Author: Manuel P. Vargas
Abstract: Navigating the American Education System: Four Latino Success Stories showcases the educational journey of four Latino/a men and women who navigated the American education system successfully. Their success is significant given the multiple and varied challenges that most Latinos/as encounter throughout the K–20 educational continuum. The purpose of this book is not only to show and tell, but to describe ordinary people attaining extraordinary results, who might also stand as good role models for the youngest- and fastest-growing group—Latinos/as—in this country. 
Publisher: Information Age
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Next Steps with Academic Conversations: New Ideas for Improving Learning Through Classroom Talk

Author: Jeff Zwiers
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Jeff Zwiers, an educational researcher at Stanford University, has spent the last 15 years analyzing classroom conversations to see how they can be better used and improved in classroom settings. Teachers who have worked with him report significant growth in students’ engagement, content learning, language, creativity, and sense of agency.

This resource is the product of his extensive research, co-teaching, and collaborating with a wide range of educators. It was written for busy teachers who want a practical guide for strengthening the quality and quantity of productive conversations in their lessons. 

Publisher: Stenhouse
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O movimento de ocupações estudantis

Author: Adriana Alves Fernandes Costa
Author: Luis Antonio Groppo
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A coletânea analisa uma série de ações coletivas potentes do ponto de vista político e formativo: as ocupações estudantis no Brasil em 2015 e 2016. Nessas ações coletivas, adolescentes e jovens tomaram as rédeas da resistência contra o retrocesso político e social perpetrado por um golpe institucional e um governo que despejou uma série de medidas de cunho neoliberal e conservador. Mas também se tratou de um movimento que trouxe à luz a capacidade dos estudantes serem sujeitos de sua própria história e guiarem, sozinhos ou ao lado de gerações mais velhas, seu processo educativo. O movimento que abordaremos teve a adesão de estudantes em praticamente todos os estados brasileiros, além do Distrito Federal, com diversas motivações e em diferentes tempos: tanto em reação à reestruturação do sistema educacional, quanto em reação à Proposta de Emenda Constitucional (PEC) n° 241/2016 1 e à Medida Provisória n° 746/2016. 2 A nosso ver, esses projetos e a contraofensiva dos estudantes interferiram nas reconfigurações da estrutura do sistema educacional brasileiro e nos processos formativos de alunos e professores. A abertura traz uma entrevista concedida pela estudante secundarista paranaense, Ana Júlia Ribeiro, na qual reflete, quase um ano depois, sobre sua participação na ocupação de sua escola, seu discurso na Assembleia Legislativa do Paraná e a escola pós-ocupação. A primeira parte, “Contextos e Discursos de luta dos movimentos estudantis”, traz um olhar panorâmico sobre as ocupações, precedido da análise do contexto político e educacional que deu origem a tais movimentos. As ocupações são tratadas como parte do ciclo de ações coletivas iniciado, no Brasil, com as Jornadas de Junho de 2013, ciclo esse em que os jovens têm tido papel de grande relevância. Já a segunda parte, “Espaços de ocupação e resistências”, explana a análise de movimentos de ocupação ocorridos em 2015 e de 2016. Destaca-se a onda nacional de ocupações do segundo semestre de 2016, que se iniciou como uma ação dos secundaristas do Paraná contra a proposta do governo Temer de reforma do Ensino Médio, mas que atingiu estudantes da Educação Superior e se vinculou, em alguns locais, a greves de servidores da educação pública federal.

Publisher: Pedro & João Editores
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On Teacher Neutrality Politics, Praxis, and Performativity

Editor: Daniel P. Richards
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On Teacher Neutrality explores the consequences of ideological arguments about teacher neutrality in the context of higher education. It is the first edited collection to focus exclusively on this contentious concept, emphasizing the practical possibilities and impossibilities of neutrality in the teaching of writing, the deployment of neutrality as a political motif in the public discourse shaping policy in higher education, and the performativity of individual instructors in a variety of institutional contexts. The collection provides clarity on the contours around defining "neutrality," depth in understanding how neutrality operates differently in various institutional settings, and nuance in the levels and degrees of neutrality--or what is meant by it--in the teaching of writing.

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Open Your Hand: Teaching as a Jew, Teaching as an American

Author: Ilana M Blumberg
Abstract: Fifteen years into a successful career as a college professor, Ilana Blumberg encounters a crisis in the classroom that sends her back to the most basic questions about education and prompts a life-changing journey that ultimately takes her from East Lansing to Tel Aviv.  As she explores how civic and religious commitments shape the culture of her humanities classrooms, Blumberg argues that there is no education without ethics. When we know what sort of society we seek to build, our teaching practices follow. In vivid classroom scenes from kindergarten through middle school to the university level, Blumberg conveys the drama of intellectual discovery as she offers novice and experienced teachers a pedagogy of writing, speaking, reading, and thinking that she links clearly to the moral and personal development of her students. Writing as an observant Jew and as an American, Blumberg does not shy away from the difficult challenge of balancing identities in the twenty-first century: how to remain true to a community of origin while being a national and global citizen. As she negotiates questions of faith and citizenship in the wide range of classrooms she traverses, Blumberg reminds us that teaching - and learning - are nothing short of a moral art, and that the future of our society depends on it.
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
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Opportunity for All: A Framework for Quality and Equality in Education

Author: Jennifer A. O'Day
Author: Marshall S. Smith
Abstract: Drawing on decades of research, policy, and practice, Jennifer A. O’Day and Marshall S. Smith show how strategies for pursuing educational quality and equal outcomes for all students can be linked, presenting an ambitious idea of the future of American education and a comprehensive theory of change for enacting that vision.

The authors argue that systemic causes require systemic solutions. Analyzing the failures of past efforts to address and remedy systemic inequality, O’Day and Smith maintain that our current standards-based policy framework needs to be connected to a continuous improvement approach to build on and scale up successes and to address gaps in outcomes. 
Publisher: Harvard Education Press
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Out-of-school-time Stem Programs for Females: Implications for Research and Practice: Short-term Programs

Editor: Lynda R. Wiest
Editor: Heather Glynn Crawford-Ferre
Editor: Jafeth E. Sanchez
Abstract: Vol. II: Short-Term Programs features eight OST STEM programs for females from across the United States that run one to three days in length, in most cases, a single day. In this book, the chapter authors describe their programs, the effectiveness of those programs, and practical implications of their program evaluation data. This book series is the first of its kind to offer researchers, educators, school administrators, policy makers, and others detailed insight into the promise and practice of out-of-school-time STEM programs for females. Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines play a pivotal role in societal progress and economic prosperity, in addition to enhancing individual lives. However, U.S. students lack strong STEM performance in an international context. The pool of STEM-proficient workers is thus insufficient to fuel the nation, with females being one group that is noticeably absent. Out-of-school-time (OST) programs, which are on the rise, are increasingly suggested as a way to support and encourage underrepresented groups in STEM. Participants in OST programs have shown improved achievement, interest, and confidence in STEM, as well as greater awareness of STEM role models and careers.
Publisher: Information Age
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Paradoxes of the Public School: Historical and Contemporary Foundations of American Public Education

Author: James E. Schul
Abstract: Paradoxes of the Public School promises to foster a thoughtful dialogue on the complexity of school and how best to improve it for the future. Teacher educators may find it useful to help develop teacher candidates’ understanding of the nature of school. However, anyone interested in the nature of school will find this book insightful, clear, and easy to follow. All readers will find this book to be cutting edge as it creatively fills a dire need for a compelling tale of school that is both informative and thought provoking.
Publisher: Information Age
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Parenting in the Pandemic: The Collision of School, Work, and Life at Home A Collection of Essays

Editor: Rebecca Lowenhaupt
Editor: George Theoharis
Abstract: This book focuses on the experiences of education faculty who navigate this relationship as pandemic professionals and pandemic parents. In this collection of personal essays, we explore parenting in the pandemic among education professors. Through our stories, we share our perspectives on this moment of upheaval, as we find ourselves confronting practical (and impractical) aspects of long held theories about what school could be, seeing up close and personally the pedagogy our children endure online, watching education policy go awry in our own living rooms (and kitchens and bathrooms), making high-stakes decisions about our children’s (and other children’s) access to opportunity, and trying to maintain our careers at the same time. In this collision of personal and professional identities, we find ourselves reflecting on fundamental questions about the purpose and design of schooling, the value of our work as education professors, and the precious relationships we hope to maintain with our children through this difficult time. 
Publisher: Information Age
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Participatory Methodologies to Elevate Children's Voice and Agency

Editor: Ilene R. Berson
Editor: Michael J. Berson
Editor: Colette Gray
Abstract: This volume of the Research in Global Child Advocacy Series explores participatory methodologies and tools that involve children in research. Perspectives on the role of children have transitioned from viewing children as objects of research, to children as subjects of research, to acknowledgement of children as competent contributors and agents throughout the inquiry process.
Publisher: Information Age
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Pedagogies of With-ness: Students, Teachers, Voice and Agency

Editor: Linda Hogg
Editor: Kevin Stockbridge
Editor: Charlotte Achieng-Evensen
Editor: Suzanne SooHoo
Abstract: Across the globe, students are speaking up, walking out, and marching for social and ecological justice. Despite deficit discourses about students, youth are using their voice and agency to call forth a better world. Will educators respond to this call to stand with students in relational solidarity as co-constructors of a new tomorrow? What is possible when teachers and students engage together in new ways? Pedagogies of With-ness: Students, Teachers, Voice and Agency offers insight into the transformative possibilities of education when enacted as the art of being with. Driven by student voices and their experiences of marginalization, this text takes a clear ethical stance. It asserts that students are both capable and competent. Taking a narrative approach, this book honors academic work that is rooted in educational practice. Expanding beyond traditional conceptions of student voice, chapters engage in meditations on three themes: identity, pedagogy, and partnership. This book is an exploration of with-ness, a way of knowing, being, and acting. 
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Pedagogy of Vulnerability

Editor: Edward J. Brantmeier
Editor: Maria K. McKenna
Abstract: The purpose of this text is to elicit discussion, reflection, and action specific to pedagogy within education, especially higher education, and circles of experiential learning, community organizing, conflict resolution and youth empowerment work. Vulnerability itself is not a new term within education; however the pedagogical imperatives of vulnerability are both undertheorized in educational discourse and underexplored in practice. 
Publisher: Information Age
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PNE, Políticas e Gestão da Educação: Novas formas de organização e privatização

Author: Luiz Fernandes Dourado
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É propósito deste e-book retomar, historicamente, a relação entre Plano Nacional de Educação (PNE), políticas e gestão, dando prosseguimento a pesquisas desenvolvidas e em desenvolvimento , que têm por eixo análises sobre os limites estruturais e conjunturais, sobretudo, do PNE 2014-2024, com especial ênfase na compreensão do processo de tensão entre a proposição e a materialização deste plano, suas diretrizes, metas e estratégias. Alia-se a esses processos de investigação a adoção de novos formatos pedagógicos, incluindo a oferta de pós-doutorado envolvendo a efetiva participação de pesquisadores de várias Universidades e a criação da Rede de Estudos e Pesquisas sobre Políticas Públicas de Educação (REPPE) . Neste contexto, este ebook apresenta resultados de pesquisas, visando, por meio de análises que se intercruzam, apreender, na conjuntura atual, quais são os contornos, os retrocessos, os limites e as potencialidades do processo de materialização ou não do PNE, a partir de vários olhares e perspectivas analíticas, na tentativa de analisar a intersecção entre plano, políticas e gestão da educação num contexto de novas formas de organização, gestão e privatização.

Publisher: ANPAE
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Positive Leadership for Flourishing Schools

Editor: Keith D. Walker
Editor: Benjamin Kutsyuruba
Editor: Sabre Cherkowski
Abstract: This book aligns with a growing shift in psychology and organizational studies to frame research using phenomena and constructs such as resilience, compassion, hope, efficacy, self-determination and meaningfulness at work and in other areas of life. Research findings from the disciplines of both positive psychology and positive organization studies bring these positive research intelligences into the field of education to study what works in school leadership practices, what goes well, what supports growth, and what brings vitality to people in school organizations. Research in positive psychology contends that attending to the strengths, positive outlooks, habits and mental models, as opposed to a deficit-oriented perspective, is beneficial to increasing subjective well-being, by increasing resilience, vitality, and happiness and decreasing stress, anxiety, and depression. How we imagine leading, teaching and learning in schools are implicated in these understandings and help us to contemplate the benefits of focus positive leadership in school organizations. Powerful insights into human inquiry and positive psychology are gained through qualitative study and most of the chapters of this book are grounded in such research.
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Práticas Educativas: Múltiplas experiências na educação

Author: Shara Jane Holanda Costa Adad
Author: Joana D'arc de Sousa LIma
Author: Antônia Edna Brito
Abstract: Uma coletânea dedicada a discutir a prática educativa em vinte e oito capítulo. Os capítulos foram organizados a partir da articulação entre o alcance teórico e empírico das discussões de cada um, distribuindo-os em cinco temáticas: Práticas Educativas e Reflexões Teóricas; Práticas Educativas em experiências de Educação Indígena e Étnico/Raciais ; Práticas Educativas em Artes, Criações e Feminilidades Plurais ; Práticas Educativas e as Questões do Espaço Escolar e Espaços Acadêmicos, Universidades.
Publisher: Editora da Universidade Estadual do Ceará – EdUECE
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Práticas pedagógicas em imagens e narrativas: Memórias de processos didáticos e curriculares para pensar as escolas hoje

Author: Nilda Alves
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Este livro traz acontecimentos de e nas escolas, através de memórias de uma professora que atuou em todos os graus de ensino e que é pesquisadora, há muitos anos, dos processos curriculares cotidianos nas escolas, em especial, de suas dimensões materiais, com os artefatos culturais que, presentes nas escolas, são entendidos como artefatos curriculares. A intenção deste livro é, trazendo essas memórias – que são dela e que lhe foram contadas por outros docentes – pensar as questões pedagógicas que hoje estão nas escolas brasileiras como questões curriculares e didáticas.

Publisher: Cortez
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Preparing STEM Teachers: The UTeach Replication Model

Editor: Joanne E. Goodell
Editor: Selma Koç
Abstract: STEM project-based instruction is a pedagogical approach that is gaining popularity across the USA. However, there are very few teacher education programs that focus specifically on preparing graduates to teach in project-based environments. This book is focused on the UTeach program, a STEM teacher education model that is being implemented across the USA in 46 universities. Originally focused only on mathematics and science, many UTeach programs are now offering engineering and computer science licensure programs as well. This book provides a forum to disseminate how different institutions have implemented the UTeach model in their local context.
Publisher: Information Age
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Preparing the Next Generation of Teacher Educators for Clinical Practice

Editor: Diane Yendol-Hoppey
Editor: Nancy Fichtman Dana
Editor: David Hoppey
Abstract:  This book offers insights from teacher education researchers that illustrate the ongoing benefits and persistent challenges of educating and preparing university and school-based teacher educators. This is an important step in understanding the complex roles, practices, and responsibilities associated with high quality teacher education that emphasizes clinical practice.
Publisher: Information Age
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Presumed Incompetent II: Race, Class, Power, and Resistance of Women in Academia

Editor: Yolanda Flores Niemann
Editor: Carmen G. Gonzalez
Editor: Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs
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The courageous and inspiring personal narratives and empirical studies in Presumed Incompetent II: Race, Class, Power, and Resistance of Women in Academia name formidable obstacles and systemic biases that all women faculty-from diverse intersectional and transnational identities and from tenure track, terminal contract, and administrative positions-encounter in their higher education careers. They provide practical, specific, and insightful guidance to fight back, prevail, and thrive in challenging work environments. This follow up to Presumed Incompetent: The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia comes at a crucial historical moment as the United States grapples with a resurgence of white supremacy and misogyny at the forefront of our social and political dialogues that continue to permeate the academic world.

Publisher: Utah State University Press
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Preventing Bullying in Schools: A Social and Emotional Learning Approach to Prevention and Early Intervention

Author: Catherine P. Bradshaw
Author: Tracy Evian Waasdorp
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Nearly a third of students are directly involved in bullying by the time they graduate from high school. A range of strategies have been shown to improve peer interactions and reduce bullying behaviors. Yet many teachers struggle to detect bullying and to respond to it effectively. This book is a much- needed guide to evidence-based methods for prevention and intervention in K–12 classrooms.

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
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Promoting Rigor Through Higher Level Questioning: Practical Strategies for Developing Students' Critical Thinking

Author: Todd Stanley
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Promoting Rigor Through Higher Level Questioning equips teachers with effective questioning strategies and:

  • Challenges students to think critically, as well as explore their curiosity and imagination.
  • Explores the power of questioning to transform the classroom.
  • Utilizes Bloom's taxonomy as the key to formulating higher level questions.
  • Includes questioning strategies for students' assignments, assessments, day-to-day activities, and classroom discussions.
  • Helps make lively, in-depth dialogue the norm.
Publisher: Prufrock Press
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Purveyors of Change: School Leaders of Color Share Narratives of Student, School, and Community Success

Editor: Judy A. Alston
Editor: Lawrence Scott
Editor: Sheree N. Alexander
Abstract: The purpose of this educational preparation supplemental text is to share stories of these exceptional leaders in the field and in the academy. The experiences shared by the various authors cover four important areas in leadership: Culture & Climate; Student Success; Resilience, Persistence, & Turnaround; and Social Justice. The authors have shared some deeply personal issues and triumphs. These are the stories that resonate more deeply with students and that with these types of stories, the theory to practice bridge is successfully crossed. While many of the chapters include narratives of resilience and triumph in the context of the P-12 education system, the overarching themes and suggestions can be transmuted to any industry.
Publisher: Information Age
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Queer Approaches: Emotion, Expression and Communication in the Classroom

Editor: Kristin LaFollette
Editor: Nicholas Santavicca
Abstract: This edited collection supports queer educators and students, underscores the reasons society does not see LGBTQ representation in classroom spaces, and offers “queered” pedagogical approaches for teaching students from diverse backgrounds. This collection places value on every educator and student through prioritizing inclusivity, and the chapters carefully articulate what (queer) inclusivity is, why it matters for all educators, students, and administrators, and what can happen when inclusive environments are not created and/or sustained. 
Publisher: Information Age
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Queer Multicultural Social Justice Education: Curriculum (and Identity) Development Through Performance

Author: Michelle Lynn Knaier
Abstract: In Queer Multicultural Social Justice Education: Curriculum (and Identity) Development Through Performance, I take a pragmatic approach sharing my intimate journey, my stories, and myself with you—the reader—as I actively perform and model the development of queer explorations (i.e., lessons) and curriculum. I begin this journey with three accessible histories of multicultural education, queer perspectives, and autoethnography, respectively. These easy-to-navigate stories provide you with important background knowledge, highlighting the evolution of, commonalities between, and need for each discipline, along with their connection to identity and identity awareness as a form of social justice practice and advancement. Next, I share and perform the nine explorations developed for this project, collectively titled Queer Explorations of Identity Awareness. Modeling for you in practical terms how to queer curriculum and its development, I openly examine my raw performances, discuss my personal and analytical reflections, and embrace my own personal experiences and revelations that occurred throughout this project. 
Publisher: Information Age
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Re-Imagining Transformative Leadership in Teacher Education

Editor: Ann E. Lopez
Editor: Elsie Lindy Olan
Abstract: This third book focuses on transformative leadership in teacher education. In other words, the kind of leadership and practices that will be important and necessary to bring about the kind of changes that both teachers and students seek to improve educational outcomes for all students, but in particular Black, Indigenous and racialized students who have been traditionally underserved by the education system. Teacher leadership plays an important role in transformative educational change that challenges all forms of oppression and white supremacy. This book features chapters by a collection of scholars, teacher educators, researchers, teacher advocates and practitioners drawing on their research and experiences to explore critical issues in teacher education. 
Publisher: Information Age
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Read Aloud Handbook for Native American Children

Author: Lauren Waukau-Villagomez
Author: Samantha J. Villagomez
Abstract:  The book promotes the use of read alouds with Native American children in order to develop oral language, vocabulary and background knowledge. In addition, American Indian English and Standard English are discussed as issues for Native American Children. The importance of code-switching and bilingualism are examined so teacher have a better understanding of their students’ worldviews. This will lead to a respect for the children;s culture and subjugated knowledge.
Publisher: Information Age
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Reflections of a Rookie Dean: Lessons from the First Year

Author: Prentice T. Chandler
Abstract: Conversational in tone and providing highly practical advice for new deans, Reflections of a Rookie Dean: Lessons from the First Year chronicles the experiences of a novice college leader. Providing aspiring and new deans with insight and direction into the job of leading a college, this book is well positioned to help new leaders develop a better understanding of leadership in higher education and the challenges that new deans face.
Publisher: Information Age
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Reflective Discipline: Reducing Racial Disparity in Referrals and Suspensions

Author: Martha R. Bireda
Abstract: While focusing on the specific issues that educators face in addressing and eliminating racial disparity in disciplinary perceptions and referrals, the reflective exercises provided in this book are valuable to any reader who wishes to examine programmed unconscious beliefs that can lead to racist behaviors. This is a book that helps the reader to understand the source, purpose, and ways in which stereotypical beliefs and images have been and continue to be reinforced in our present society.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
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Reflexões sobre políticas públicas educacionais para o campo no contexto brasileiro

Author: Arlete Ramos dos Santos
Author: Claudio Pinto Nunes
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Este livro traz os resultados de um projeto de pesquisa1 intitulado “As políticas públicas educacionais do Plano de Ações Articuladas (PAR) em municípios da Bahia”, que teve como objetivo analisar o impacto das políticas e programas educacionais do campo, que fazem parte do PAR, implementadas em municípios da Bahia, com recorte temporal de 2010 a 2019.

Publisher: EDUFBa
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