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Inspired To Climb Higher: The Challenges, Questions, Struggles, and Joy of Earning Your Doctoral Degree

Recommended for readers who are trying to determine if they should pursue a PhD or EdD. This book stresses that while every person’s journey is different, the key to being successful in earning a terminal degree is support from others and asking for help if needed.

The Black Family’s Guide to College Admissions

A much-needed guide with both insight and practical takeaways. It fills a void in the literature about the distinctive hardships and adversities Black students face in the college admission process. There’s much wisdom in this book for all parents too; it encourages families to examine both personal values and resources when seeking possibilities in education.
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Math-ish: Finding Creativity, Diversity, and Meaning in Mathematics

Recommended for readers both fascinated by and leery of math. Educators who are looking for a different way to approach math will especially benefit from this title.
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Polished: College, Class, and the Burdens of Social Mobility

A nuanced exploration of identity, culture, and the emotional impact of social mobility and college education. Will appeal to fans of Anthony Abraham Jack’s The Privileged Poor and readers interested in post-secondary student success strategies.
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The American Teacher: A History

An in-depth look at a profession that is alternately valued and reviled but is consistently a microcosm of society.

A Most Tolerant Little Town: The Explosive Beginning of School Desegregation

Highly recommended for anyone wanting a moving glimpse beyond the better known stories of the civil rights era.
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Music in the Halls: The Heart and Heartbreak of Teaching at a High-Poverty School in Washington, DC

This short, thought-provoking work packs a punch. It sheds light on an education system that seemingly seeks to place its and societal failures on the backs of overburdened teachers and their vulnerable students.
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Holy American Burnout!: Essays

An important and compelling voice. Readers will appreciate this distinctive take on burnout.

Punished for Dreaming: How School Reform Harms Black Children and How We Heal

For general readers who want to learn about and possibly improve racial problems within the education system.
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