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Beyond Coding: How Children Learn Human Values Through Programming

Fascinating reading for educators and educational researchers working in a variety of settings.

Struggling To Learn: An Intimate History of School Desegregation in South Carolina

A powerful, enlightening read; highly recommended for readers interested in the civil rights movement, the struggle for educational equity, and South Carolina history.

Becoming Great Universities: Small Steps for Sustained Excellence

Essential reading for higher education administrators, faculty, and student affairs staff who are committed to student success.

The Child Is the Teacher: A Life of Maria Montessori

De Stefano presents a balanced, well-written, and clear-eyed portrait of a complex, trailblazing woman who fought hard to change how children were perceived and taught.

Schools and Screens: A Watchful History

This intriguing history will resonate with those interested in 20th-century educational reform, the digital divide, and instructional technology.

The School Connection: Parents, Teachers, and School Leaders Empowering Youth for Life Success

Readers looking for advice on how to improve their relationship with educators may discover some new ideas. However, those who are more interested in nurturing their students’ love of learning or their academic success might prefer Deborah Stipek and Kathy Seal’s Motivated Minds: Raising Children To Love Learning.

Supporting Transgender Students: Understanding Gender Identity and Reshaping School Culture

This book belongs in all library collections supporting the study of education at all levels. Strongly recommended.

Scripting the Moves: Culture and Control in a “No-Excuses” Charter School

An excellent resource for anyone interested in educational reform and charter schools, and essential reading for educators considering teaching in such an environment.

The Spirit of Our Work: Black Women Teachers (Re)member

Highly recommended. Dillard has written a remarkable book that will move readers committed to making the United States a more just and inclusive society.
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