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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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The Characters of Creativity: Activate Creativity by Understanding Your Colleagues

Readers interested in organizational dynamics or the overlap between business and creativity will find much to consider. Recommended for libraries with a strong interest in business literature.
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The Career Arts: Making the Most of College, Credentials, and Connections

Not all ideas are new in this book, but its positive tone and clear writing will appeal to students, parents, and educators.

The Pushkin Project: Russia’s Favorite Writer, Modern Evolutionary Thought, and Teaching Inner-City Youth

This distinctive, thought-provoking book is highly recommended for all humanities, education, and biology collections.
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The Student: A Short History

A brilliant exposition on students by an eminent scholar in the realm of psychology. Add to education and psychology collections.

Erasing the Finish Line: The New Blueprint for Success Beyond Grades and College Admission

One of the finest books on college admissions to date. For educational counseling collections, but it will appeal to general readers and parents too.
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