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5/10/2022 12:10:00 AM > 5/16/2022 5:37:30 PM

Assessing the Nation’s Report Card

Challenges and Choices for NAEP
Chester E. Finn, Jr.

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Assessing the Nation’s Report Card examines the history of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) and outlines plans for improving and modernizing the organization.

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5/3/2022 12:10:00 AM > 5/16/2022 5:37:30 PM

Jim Crow’s Pink Slip

The Untold Story of Black Principal and Teacher Leadership
Leslie T. Fenwick

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Jim Crow’s Pink Slip exposes the decades-long repercussions of a too-little-known result of resistance to the Brown v. Board of Education decision: the systematic dismissal of Black educators from public schools.

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4/12/2022 12:10:00 AM > 5/16/2022 5:37:30 PM

Sister Resisters

Mentoring Black Women on Campus
Janie Victoria Ward and Tracy L. Robinson-Wood

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Sister Resisters advances a robust model of mentorship in support of young Black women on campus. The book offers a multifaceted approach to cross-racial mentoring in higher education that promises growth and change for both mentees and their mentors.

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3/29/2022 12:10:00 AM > 5/16/2022 5:37:30 PM

The College President Handbook

A Sustainable and Practical Guide for Emerging Leaders
Edited by James Soto Antony, Ana Mari Cauce, Lynn M. Gangone, and Tara P. Nicola, Foreword by Mark D. Gearan

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“This volume combines specific recommendations, observations, and takeaways filled with candor, humor, and uplifting stories for one of education’s most challenging roles.” —FROM THE FOREWORD

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3/15/2022 12:10:00 AM > 5/16/2022 5:37:30 PM

Clinical Simulations as Signature Pedagogy

Educator Preparation Across the Disciplines
Edited by Benjamin H. Dotger and Kelly Chandler-Olcott

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Clinical Simulations as Signature Pedagogy explores the use of live-actor simulations as an engaging training tool to better prepare educational professionals for school-wide challenges. In this volume, editors Benjamin H. Dotger and Kelly Chandler-Olcott present a persuasive overview of this effective method of professional development and show how it resonates with other practice-based initiatives.

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2/22/2022 12:10:00 AM > 5/16/2022 5:37:30 PM

Educating the Top 100 Percent

Policy Pathways for Public Higher Education
Stephen G. Katsinas, Nathaniel J. Bray, and Martha J. Kanter

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Educating the Top 100 Percent assesses the decline of higher education funding and offers ambitious policy recommendations to restore the possibility of accessible, affordable education for all.

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2/1/2022 12:00:10 AM > 5/16/2022 5:37:30 PM

Civil Rights and Federal Higher Education

Edited by Nicholas Hillman and Gary Orfield

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Civil Rights and Federal Higher Education offers a renewed vision for higher education policy making, presenting an incisive analysis of the connections between educational politics and educational inequality. With a view toward the future, the editors assert that the thoughtful application of evidence-based solutions to complex policy problems can help establish a more just and equitable system of higher education.

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