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Reading Champs

by Kaavonia Hinton

"Reading Champs" offers hands-on activities educators and parents can use to teach youth to read. Though graduation rates are increasing across the nation, there are still too many graduates who lack the reading skills necessary to be... Read More

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Teaching Particulars

by Jacquelyn Lazo

After her forty years of teaching, Smith’s keen understanding of the literary canon makes her the perfect candidate to write this humorous and insightful book. “While there are differences in what students at each grade level respond... Read More

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The Nurture Loop

by Melissa Wuske

This is a personable and approachable treatise on fixing the US education system. The Nurture Loop: The Key to Effective Schooling, by Neil Helgeland, is the late author’s unfinished monograph on public education. The author’s family... Read More

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Planning with CCTV

by Melissa Wuske

Mirsadeghi’s focused system will help students reach their daily studying goals. Ali Mirsadeghi was driven to create "Planning with CCTV" by his desire for a more intuitive, feeling-oriented planning process. The book includes a short... Read More

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More than a Score

by Barry Silverstein

This compilation of essays, interviews, speeches, and poems presents a united front against standardized testing in schools. One core issue in education—standardized testing—seems to be galvanizing educators to rise up in a common... Read More

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Let Scholarships Pay the Way

by Kaavonia Hinton

Andrews provides hope for prospective undergraduate and graduate students who fear the current cost of education. In this helpful book, "Let Scholarships Pay the Way", college counselor Eve-Marie Andrews offers advice on how to secure... Read More

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