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The Teachers: A Year Inside America’s Most Vulnerable, Important Profession

This involving look at the teaching profession is recommended for any library with an education collection and where there is community interest.

When the Light Goes On: The Life-Changing Wonder of Learning in an Age of Metrics, Screens, and Diminished Human Connection

Highly recommended for all education collections.

After the Ivory Tower Falls: How College Broke the American Dream and Blew Up Our Politics—and How To Fix It

This book should be required reading for anyone involved in government and higher education. Highly recommended.
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Cancel Wars: How Universities Can Foster Free Speech, Promote Inclusion, and Renew Democracy

Recommended for all education collections.
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Historically Black: American Icons Who Attended HBCUs

An essential purchase for all libraries.

Digital Literacy: Skills & Strategies

Librarians who need to give crash courses in digital literacy can get fast facts from the essays’ introductions, and the full entries will be valuable to those who have more time to go over them in classrooms where information literacy is part of the curriculum. Essential for professional-development and library-school collections.
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GRE Analytical Writing Solutions to the Real Essay Topics: Bk. 2

Created by a corporate author rather than a writing professor, the work lacks a voice and is tonally straightforward, but the guidance (plus the 72 essay prompts and sample essays) offers grad-school hopefuls more than enough information and support to feel confident facing the GRE’s writing section. Add this to collections that already have general GRE test-prep titles.
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Winning Strategies for ACT Essay Writing with 15 Sample Prompts

With a helpful approach, an optimistic “You can learn this” tone, and clear guidance, this is a solid choice for collections.

The Black Family’s Guide to College Admissions: A Conversation About Education, Parenting, and Race

This excellent guide is highly recommended for any parent or student who is navigating the college admissions process, especially Black students and first-generation students. Readers may even learn some new things and trends.
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