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Educators, scholars, leaders, advocates

Faculty bookshelf

Book cover Doing and Being Hip Hop in School

Doing and Being Hip-Hop in School: Best.Class.Ever.

Joanne Larson, Eleni Duret, Grant Atkins
Teachers College Press, 2022
Book cover A to W of Acedmic Literscy

An A to W of Academic Literacy: Key Concepts and Practices for Graduate Students

Mary Jane Curry, Fangzhi He, Weijia Li, Ting Zhang, Yanhong Zuo, Mahmoud Altalouli, and Jihan Ayesh
University of Michigan Press, 2021
Book cover Opting Out

Opting Out: The Story of the Parents' Grassroots Movement to Achieve Whole-Child Public Schools

David Hursh, Jeanette Deutermann, Lisa Rudley, Zhe Chen, and Sarah McGinnis
Myers Education Press, 2020
Book cover Educating Refugee-Background

Educating Refugee-background Students: Critical Issues and Dynamic Contexts

Shawna Shapiro, Raichle Farrelly, and Mary Jane Curry
Multilingual Matters, 2018
Patriotic Education in a Global Age Book Cover

Patriotic Education in a Global Age

Randall Curren and Charles Dorn
The University of Chicago Press, 2018


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