An essential guide for frontline educators to address systemic racial oppression, repair harm, and foster safe, inclusive learning spaces for their students
For educators and readers of Bettina Love’s We Want to Do More Than Survive, with a foreword by Leigh Patel, author of No Study Without Struggle
Make your first year of teaching one to remember
Becoming a new teacher is one of the most fun, exciting, and challenging experiences you'll encounter in your life. Who wouldn't want a little help getting ready before sitting down behind the teacher's desk for the first time?
A guide for parents to help children of all ages process the onslaught of unfiltered information in the digital age.
Why our current system of higher education is financially and morally unsustainable and how to address the crisis with the creative implementation of digital technologies.
A pioneering collection of case studies on the global phenomenon of academic excellence initiatives and how they shape the performance of research universities.
Moving beyond a prescribed path for success, Erasing the Finish Line highlights the essential skills to help each young person thrive in school and lifeFor years, we’ve been led to believe that great grades, high test scores, and college acceptance are key to a successful life.
Drawing from mindfulness education and social justice teaching, this book explores an effective Anti-Oppression pedagogy for university and college classrooms.
Peer-mediated interventions benefit all students in the classroom.
Reclaim the joy of play for yourself with Miriam Beloglovsky, coauthor of the best-selling, award-winning Loose Parts series.
Growing up, Reid was confused and disturbed by the radically different opportunities his best friend received.
How did we conclude that the best way to prepare kids for the future is to cluster them into classrooms by age and grade, forcing them to learn the same things, at the same time and pace, seven hours a day, five days a week, for twelve years?
A new generation of teachers envisions a liberal arts education that is good for everyone.
Why would anyone study the liberal arts? It's no secret that the liberal arts have fallen out of favor and are struggling to prove their relevance. The cost of college pushes students to majors and degrees with more obvious career outcomes.