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The School I Deserve

Author : Jo Napolitano
ISBN : 9780807024997
Genre : Political Science
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Uncovers the key civil rights battle that immigrant children fought alongside the ACLU to ensure equal access to education within a xenophobic nation Journalist Jo Napolitano, a two- time Pulitzer Prize nominee, delves into the landmark ACLU case in which the School District of Lancaster, Pennsylvania was sued for refusing to admit older, non-English speaking refugees and sending them to a high-discipline alternative school. Six refugee students fought alongside the ACLU to demand equal access to education. One of the students, eighteen-year-old Khadidja Issa, fled the horrific violence in war-torn Sudan with the hope of a safer life in the United States where she could have access to an education. Instead, she was barred from enrollment by the School District of Lancaster and admitted to Phoenix Academy---a for-profit alternative school with multiple abuse allegations where students were subjected to daily pat-downs and random searches. Napolitano follows Khadidja as she bravely decides to join the ACLU's lawsuit as the plaintiff in the ISSA vs. The School District of Lancaster case. The fiery week-long showdown between the ACLU and the school district was ultimately decided by a conservative Republican judge who, to everyone's surprise, ruled in favor of the refugees. The School I Deserve sheds light upon the lack of support immigrant and refugee children face in our education system and presents a hopeful future where all children can receive an equal education regardless of race, ethnicity, or their country of origin.

The School Leaders Our Children Deserve

Author : George Theoharis
ISBN : 0807749524
Genre : Education
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George Theoharis draws on the experiences and words of successful public school principals committed to advancing equity, social justice, and school reform to show why social justice leadership is needed and how it can be effective. Although facing tremendous barriers, these principals made important strides toward closing the achievement gap in their schools through the use of humane and equitable practices. Featuring a mix of theory and practical strategies, this timely book portrays how real school leaders seek, create, and sustain equitable schools, especially for marginalized students.

The Schools Our Children Deserve

Author : Alfie Kohn
ISBN : 0547630662
Genre : Education
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In this “lively, provocative and well-researched book” (Theodore Sizer), Alfie Kohn builds a powerful argument against the “back to basics” philosophy of teaching and simplistic demands to “raise the bar.” Drawing on stories from real classrooms and extensive research, Kohn shows parents, educators, and others interested in the debate how schools can help students explore ideas rather than filling them with forgettable facts and preparing them for standardized tests. Here at last is a book that challenges the two dominant forces in American education: an aggressive nostalgia for traditional teaching (“If it was bad enough for me, it’s bad enough for my kids”) and a heavy-handed push for Tougher Standards.

The Good School

Author : Peg Tyre
ISBN : 9781429996976
Genre : Education
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Award-winning education journalist Peg Tyre mines up-to-the-minute research to equip parents with the tools and knowledge necessary to get their children the best education possible We all know that the quality of education served up to our children in U.S. schools ranges from outstanding to shockingly inadequate. How can parents tell the difference? And how do they make sure their kids get what's best? Even the most involved and informed parents can feel overwhelmed and confused when making important decisions about their child's education. And the scary truth is that evaluating a school based on test scores and college admissions data is like selecting a car based on the color of its paint. Synthesizing cutting-edge research and firsthand reporting, Peg Tyre offers parents far smarter and more sophisticated ways to assess a classroom and decide if the school and the teacher have the right stuff. Passionate and persuasive, The Good School empowers parents to make sense of headlines; constructively engage teachers, administrators, and school boards; and figure out the best option for their child—be that a local public school, a magnet program, a charter school, homeschooling, parochial, or private.

Young Adults Deserve The Best

Author : Sarah Flowers
ISBN : 9780838935873
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Explains how young adult librarians can utilize core competencies to improve teen services.

Failing At School

Author : Camille A. Farrington
ISBN : 9780807772744
Genre : Education
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Roughly half of all incoming ninth graders across urban districts will fail classes and drop out of school without a diploma. Failing at School starts with the premise that urban American high schools generate such widespread student failure not because of some fault of the students who attend them but because high schools were designed to stratify achievement and let only the top performers advance to higher levels of education. This design is particularly detrimental for low-income, racial/ethnic minority students. To get different results, Farrington proposes fundamental changes based on what we now know about how students learn, what motivates them to engage in learning, and what kinds of educational systems and structures would best support their learning. “This is a groundbreaking and eye-opening study because it does what few studies of high school truly do: get inside the hearts and minds of teen-agers and show what their experience of school looks and feels like to them. The analysis of students who fail is revealing and powerful. There are poignant and revealing stories of just how a few student mistakes or teacher insensitivities lead to unfortunate and long-lasting results. More importantly, these case studies, their nuances, and their implications take us beyond the clichés and simplistic theories about schools and reform. Most importantly, we read of tangible and intelligent solutions that can be instituted, based on the facts on the ground. I highly recommend this book to everyone interested in getting beyond the typical talking points of school reform.” —Grant Wiggins, Authentic Education “Camille Farrington details how high schools trap students along developmental trajectories distorted by structural factors—resources, values and practices—beyond their control. Grounded firmly in research, she describes a better way forward. This book is an important contribution to the re-visioning of American high schools.” —Ronald F. Ferguson, faculty director, Achievement Gap Initiative, Harvard University "Why is there such a pattern of failure in urban high schools? This is a vital issue for every city in America. Camille Farrington’s analysis of the roots of this problem and suggestions for structural changes to break this cycle is the best I have seen. This book combines research and practitioner wisdom with common sense and heart, and for those of us engaged in this work, presents concrete directions for positive change.” —Ron Berger, chief academic officer, Expeditionary Learning Book Features: Offers concrete strategies for redesigning high schools based on four dimensions of student achievement—structural, academic, developmental, and motivational. Highlights the voices of students to illustrate fundamental problems with the way we currently “do school.” Addresses the new Common Core State Standards and the potential of this major reform effort to move us toward equity and excellence. Camille A. Farrington is a research associate (assistant professor) at The University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration and the Consortium on Chicago School Research and director of curriculum, instruction, and assessment for the Network for College Success.

You Deserve The Truth

Author : Erica Williams Simon
ISBN : 9781501163265
Genre : Self-Help
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From a millennial media maker and award-winning social critic, an accessible, straightforward, and remarkable guide that “invites us beyond the old stories we’ve told about ourselves, and into the wonder of our dreams, hopes, and love—so we can find our truth and purpose” (Glennon Doyle, New York Times bestselling author) for a generation paralyzed by the pressures of life. Behind the glossy Instagram pictures, many people in their 20s and 30s are living frustrating lives: overwhelmed and confused, anxious and inauthentic, exhausted and afraid. They are leading lives that, unbeknownst to them, have been shaped by everyone but themselves. From social media to the workplace, the stories that they have believed have left them constantly seeking a better life but rarely ever finding it. Erica Williams Simon saw this all too well. At 27, she abruptly walked away from her career as a rising political media star to find her own truth and a truth that would help others finally build a life worth living. She rejected the lies that the world had taught her, and rewrote the ideas that have the power to shape a generation. You Deserve the Truth is a “refreshingly blunt take on happiness” (Publishers Weekly) and is a masterclass in how to challenge the narratives about fear, work, identity, success, love, and life. This “smart and all too real guidebook for anyone striving to craft an authentic and inspired life from the ground up” (Franchesca Ramsey, host of MTV’s Decoded) gives you the tools you need in order to break free from the narratives holding you back from starting an exciting new phase in a beautiful life.

The America We Deserve

Author : Donald Trump
ISBN : 9781580631686
Genre : Political Science
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The essential, bestselling book that first defined President Donald Trump's political ideas. The America We Deserve is the essential book for anyone who wants to understand the core of Donald Trump's political thinking. In this book, written as he first considered running for president in 2000, Trump offers no-nonsense, populist, provocative, and dramatic solutions to issues that continue to resonate with voters today. In this book, Trump lays out a vision for America that is strong, optimistic, and founded on core Republican principles of self-reliance, limited governance, economic growth, and equitable taxation. Striking for its similarities to President Trump's current initiatives--but also fascinating in its differences--The America We Deserve reveals a man who is fully engaged with the nation and cares deeply about its future. Readers and voters will discover Trump's ideas on: *Foreign policy and relations with China, Russia, North Korea, and Israel *How to fix our broken and underperfoming education system *Reducing regulations on business to help create jobs and economic growth *A dramatic one-time tax on the super-wealthy to close the national debt and fuel tax cuts for the middle class *Immigration, crime, terrorism, and more The America We Deserve is essential reading for Trump-watchers, voters, Republicans, Democrats, and anyone interested in how Trump the businessman became Trump the president.

You Deserve Nothing

Author : Alexander Maksik
ISBN : 9781848545731
Genre : Fiction
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Set in an international high school in Paris, YOU DESERVE NOTHING is told in three voices: that of Will, a charismatic young teacher who brings ideas alive in the classroom in a way that profoundly affects his students; Gilad, one of Will's students who has grown up behind compound walls in places like Dakar and Dubai, and for whom Paris and Will's senior seminar are the first heady tastes of freedom; and Marie, the beautiful, vulnerable senior with whom, unbeknowst to Gilad, Will is having an illicit affair. Utterly compelling, brilliantly written, YOU DESERVE NOTHING is a captivating tale about teachers and students, of moral uncertainties and the coming of adulthood. It heralds the arrival of a brilliant new voice in fiction.

Meetings For School Based Decision Making

Author : Keen J. Babbage
ISBN : 9781461663607
Genre : Education
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Have you ever left a meeting feeling that nothing had actually been accomplished? This book provides you with the keys to running a successful and efficient meeting. Babbage begins with a section on how to prepare effectively for a meeting, methods for running a concise meeting, and finishes with how to implement the key decisions made during the meeting. He also includes a section on how to maintain everyone's involvement, cooperation, and interest throughout the meeting.

You Deserve More The 3 Keys To Jumping From Employee To Entrepreneur

Author : Sheron Brown
ISBN : 9780615187150
Genre : Self-Help
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Change management tools to help individuals manage major life transitions, namely moving from employee to entrepreneur.

Investigation Into The Management And Discipline Of The State Reform School At Westborough

Author : Massachusetts. General Court. Committee on Public Charitable Institutions
Genre : Reformatories
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The Press We Deserve

Author : Richard Boston
ISBN : 9781317403463
Genre : Social Science
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Originally published in 1970. This book takes an extremely critical look at the British Press and explodes complacently held views of the time about the merits and virtues of British newspapers. From its polemical introduction by the editor it continues with chapters by a strong host of contributors to set the press in historical context, consider Fleet Street’s methods, and look at the effect of advertising. Particular aspects investigated are that of women’s journalism, sport, financial journalism and reviewing. Final chapters look at the underground, fringe press, provincial papers, and a comparison with other countries’ press.

How To Get The Man You Deserve

Author : Fred L Marshall
ISBN : 9780595425105
Genre : Self-Help
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This book is for every woman who has had a guy lie, cheat, or abuse her. It is also for those that have ever wondered what are men thinking when it comes to sex, relationships, or dating. This book is about realizing all of the lies, games guys use to get with a woman. It was designed to help women figure out who is serious or marriage material, from those that are not worthy of your time. It lists common situations found in dating today such as cheating, dating someone with children, and living together. It is mainly aimed toward the dating and relationship conditions of the African-American community however it contains knowledgeable information that people of all nationalities can relate to. It attempts to rectify common misconceptions, improve moral responsibility, while promoting communication and healthy meaningful relationships. Whether you are currently dating, married, separated to someone or even thinking about jumping back into the dating scene this book is for you.

Papers On Popular Education And School Keeping

Author : Robert Sullivan
ISBN : OXFORD:600068094
Genre : Education, Elementary
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Minutes Of The Committee Of Council On Education With Appendices

Author : Great Britain. Committee on Education
ISBN : STANFORD:36105005058255
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Minutes And Appendices

Author : Great Britain. Education Department
ISBN : NYPL:33433081874459
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You Deserve Success

Author : Abinash Rai
ISBN : 9781482824001
Genre : Fiction
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This book is all about personal development. No one is perfect in this world but we can do and learn abit more to improve more to make better our self. every person have some where a place to do improvement and if you want better and happy life this book is definitely for you. who knows this book may change your thinking and if your believe system and thinking change then there is possible it may change your life. some time a little bit more knowledge and understanding can make BIG DIFFERENCE in our life. You can give this book to your family, friends, and beloved too. after all we all want happy life. GOOD LUCK !

You Deserve Love

Author : Dr. Kimberly Lobera
ISBN : 9781479783809
Genre : Self-Help
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This book is intended to help those who want to reflect upon their current or future relationships. It contains reflective exercises meant to help you identify the major characteristics and attributes that you want your significant other to possess. Additionally, there is a discussion on compatibility. Likewise, there is a discussion of relationship pitfalls to avoid.

One Good Turn Deserves Another

Author : Kate Neely Festetits
Genre : Children
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