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The White Architects of Black EducationThe Assault on Public Education In Memoriam: William H. Watkins

Remembering with great respect and admiration our author and friend, Bill Watkins—champion​ of ​public education for justice and equity, ​generous and​ highly regarded teacher and mentor, ​brilliant thinker and​ writer. Though he will be deeply missed, his dedication to education​, ​equality, and ​the spirit of goodness​ endures.


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Featured this month:

Kahlenberg: A Smarter Charter

New York Times Sunday Review Opinion editorial by the authors: “The Original Charter School Vision”

Featured in:
The Washington Post

Nuñez: Diving In: Bill Ayers and the Art of Teaching into the Contradiction

“This astounding collection of new essays animates the themes of contradiction and discomfort within social-justice work as embodied by one of education’s true visionaries.”
—Kevin Kumashiro

Berliner: 50 Myths and Lies That Threaten America's Public Schools

“Timely and hard-hitting. The teachers of our children will be grateful.”
—Jonathan Kozol

“Anyone involved in making decisions about today’s schools should read this book.”
—Linda Darling-Hammond

Laura / Being Bad: My Baby Brother and the School-to-Prison Pipeline

“A story that is at once astutely critical, funny, engaging, tearful, dialogue-filled, profoundly theoretical, despairing, and filled with hope.”
—Michelle Fine

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Thinking Critically About Environments for Young Children: Bridging Theory and Practice
Lisa P. Kuh, Editor

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School-Age Care Environment Rating Scale, Updated Edition
Thelma Harms, et al.

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Other People's English: 
Code-Meshing, Code-Switching, and African American Literacy
Vershawn Ashanti Young, et al.

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Teachers' Guide
Leading Educational Change: Global Issues, Challenges, and Challenges on Whole-System Reform
Helen Janc Malone, Editor

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Guides for Military Families

Guides to support
students of military families


ERS: Environment Rating Scales

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ERS: Environment Rating Scales

Maxine GreeneRemembering Maxine Greene

Please save the date—

A celebration of Maxine’s life and work will take place at Teachers College on October 6, beginning at 4:00 p.m. We will post information as it becomes available. We look forward to seeing you there and together, to sharing memories of a remarkable life.

A Smarter CharterBook Talk.

Join Rick Kahlenberg and Halley Potter, authors of A Smarter Charter, for a book talk at Teachers College on September 29th!

9/29 at 5:30 PM
Teachers College, Columbia University
Grace Dodge 179

More information here: www.tcpress.com/smarter.html

Susan NeumanSusan Neuman on NPR.

Susan B. Neuman, co-author of All About Words: Increasing Vocabulary in the Common Core Classroom spoke to All Things Considered on NPR about the need to “immunize” young children against illiteracy by bringing books into the home.

Sam ChaltainOur School Reviewed by the Post.

The Washington Post reviewed Sam Chaltain’s Our School: Searching for Community in an Era of Choice.

Eric NadelsternEric Nadelstern interviewed.

Watch Eric Nadelstern discuss 10 Lessons from New York City Schools with Liz Willen at the 2014 TC Academic Festival.

Linda Darling-HammondLinda Darling-Hammond interviewed.

School Leadership Briefing interviewed Linda Darling-Hammond about her book Getting Teacher Evaluation Right! In this interview, notable leaders in the education field pose questions on teacher evaluation and development to Professor Darling-Hammond.

Helen Janc MaloneHelen Janc Malone featured.

Helen Malone's Leading Educational Change will be featured in EdWeek, the Huffington Post, and Kappan Magazine this fall.

Join her and other prominent education researchers at Education Week's new time-limited blog, International Perspectives on Education Reform.

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