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12/20/2022 12:10:00 AM > 1/27/2023 12:31:38 PM

Making Black Girls Count in Math Education

A Black Feminist Vision for Transformative Teaching
Nicole M. Joseph, Foreword by Erica N. Walker

Making Black Girls Count in Math Education explores the experiences of Black girls and women in mathematics from preschool to graduate school, deftly probing race and gender inequity in STEM fields.

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12/13/2022 12:10:00 AM > 1/27/2023 12:31:38 PM

Rethinking College Admissions

Research-Based Practice and Policy
Edited by OiYan A. Poon and Michael N. Bastedo

Rethinking College Admissions probes the many facets of higher education admissions and translates research-backed insights into actionable strategies for innovative, equitable admissions practices.

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11/29/2022 12:10:00 AM > 1/27/2023 12:31:38 PM

The Instructional Leadership Cycle

Daniel Allen, Foreword by Lee Teitel

The Instructional Leadership Cycle introduces a multifaceted model for continuous school and system improvement, founded on an adaptable set of professional practices for K–12 leaders.

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11/22/2022 12:10:00 AM > 1/27/2023 12:31:38 PM

Co-Creating Equitable Teaching and Learning

Structuring Student Voice into Higher Education
Alison Cook-Sather, Foreword by Elena Marcovici

Co-Creating Equitable Teaching and Learning invites readers to help forge a more inclusive and accessible college education by incorporating student voices via pedagogical partnerships.

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11/8/2022 12:10:00 AM > 1/27/2023 12:31:38 PM

A Dream Defaulted

The Student Loan Crisis Among Black Borrowers
Jason N. Houle and Fenaba R. Addo, Foreword by Ayanna Pressley

A Dream Defaulted explores how the student loan crisis disproportionately affects Black borrowers and why rising student debt is both a cause and consequence of social inequality in the United States.

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11/1/2022 12:10:00 AM > 1/27/2023 12:31:38 PM

Early Colleges as a Model for Schooling

Creating New Pathways for Access to Higher Education
Julie A. Edmunds, Fatih Unlu, Elizabeth J. Glennie, and Nina Arshavsky

Early Colleges as a Model for Schooling advocates for early college high schools as an effective means of reducing academic, cultural, and financial obstacles to postsecondary education.

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10/25/2022 12:10:16 AM > 1/27/2023 12:31:38 PM

Entry Planning for Equity-Focused Leaders

Empowering Schools and Communities
Jennifer Perry Cheatham, Rodney Thomas, and Adam Parrott-Sheffer, Foreword by Carl A. Cohn

A vital resource for educational leaders, Entry Planning for Equity-Focused Leaders introduces an equity-minded process for intentional entry planning that sets the stage for sustainable change within organizations.

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10/18/2022 12:10:00 AM > 1/27/2023 12:31:38 PM

Trans Studies in K–12 Education

Creating an Agenda for Research and Practice
Edited by Mario I. Suárez and Melinda M. Mangin

A vital inquiry into trans issues in education, this compelling work argues for the design of education research, policies, and environments that honor all gender experiences and identities.

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10/11/2022 12:10:00 AM > 1/27/2023 12:31:38 PM

Race and Culturally Responsive Inquiry in Education

Improving Research, Evaluation, and Assessment
Edited by Stafford L. Hood, Henry T. Frierson, Rodney K. Hopson, and Keena N. Arbuthnot

Race and Culturally Responsive Inquiry in Education examines how assumptions about race and culture have shaped US education research and the interpretation and implementation of its results.

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10/4/2022 12:10:00 AM > 1/27/2023 12:31:38 PM

Racial Opportunity Cost

The Toll of Academic Success on Black and Latinx Students
Terah Venzant Chambers

Racial Opportunity Cost turns critical attention to the specific challenges faced by high-achieving students of color and gives educators a framework for recognizing and addressing these issues. Terah Venzant Chambers roots her discussion in the concept of racial opportunity cost, using a term borrowed from economics to refer to the obstacles faced and tradeoffs made by Black and Latinx students on the path to academic success.

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