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The State Must Provide: Why America’s Colleges Have Always Been Unequal—and How To Set Them Right

Profound and thought-provoking, this work is recommended for anyone who wants to understand the structural inequities of the U.S. educational system.
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Rigged Justice: How the College Admissions Scandal Ruined an Innocent Man’s Life

Detailed and compelling, though not as nuanced as it could have been, this memoir unearths particulars of the scandal that casual news readers may have missed. It will appeal most to readers with a strong interest in the Varsity Blues scandal.
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Ratchetdemic: Reimagining Academic Success

This engaging book makes its points clearly and effectively; even readers with decades of classroom experience will come away with new knowledge and perspectives. A must-read for educators, students, parents, and anyone with a vested interest in an equal education system.
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Forever Free: A True Story of Hope in the Fight for Child Literacy

Bailey’s book is recommended for anyone who has an interest in improving literacy rates or who enjoys narratives of individuals overcoming obstacles to bring a vision to fruition. Directors of small nonprofit organizations will be able to relate to the successes and frustrations Bailey experiences, including the adjustments required by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Choice We Face: How Segregation, Race, and Power Have Shaped America’s Most Controversial Education Reform Movement

Hale makes the complex history of school choice accessible to all readers.
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Learning in Public: Lessons for a Racially Divided America from My Daughter’s School

The author’s choice to share her own story is laudable, and her work effectively unpacks the ways white Americans engage in racist and economically disadvantaging structures. It is, by design, a largely one-sided narrative, but one that many readers, especially parents of young children, will appreciate.
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Valedictorians at the Gate: Standing Out, Getting In, and Staying Sane While Applying to College

Recommended for students interested in applying to highly selective institutions.
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No Study Without Struggle: Confronting Settler Colonialism in Higher Education

While Patel gives readers an understanding of the activist rhetoric in higher education, she does not provide any examples of universities effectively addressing racism or offer concrete steps that universities should take to improve the situation.
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Get Real and Get In: How To Get into the College of Your Dreams by Being Your Authentic Self

Full of practical advice from an admissions insider, this work will appeal to high school students, their parents, and their guidance counselors.
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