1. Harvard Education Press

    The Harvard Education Press publishes innovative, authoritative books covering critical issues in education.

    New Releases

    Student-Centered Learning
    Nine Classrooms in Action

    Bill Nave

    Higher Education and Employability
    New Models for Integrating Study and Work

    Peter J. Stokes, foreword by Louis Soares

    School Libraries and Student Learning
    A Guide for School Leaders

    Rebecca J. Morris

    School Libraries and Student Learning
    A Guide for School Leaders

    Rebecca J. Morris

    Achieving Coherence in District Improvement
    Managing the Relationship Between the Central Office and Schools

    Susan Moore Johnson, Geoff Marietta, Monica C. Higgins, Karen L. Mapp, and Allen Grossman

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  2. Harvard Educational Review

    The Harvard Educational Review is a generalist scholarly journal that provides an interdisciplinary forum for innovative thinking and research in education.

    In the Summer 2015 Issue:

    Undoing Appropriateness
    Raciolinguistic Ideologies and Language Diversity in Education
    NELSON FLORES and JONATHAN ROSA
    Occupational Control in Education
    The Logic and Leverage of Epistemic Communities
    JOSHUA L. GLAZER and DONALD J. PEURACH
    Moral Injury and the Ethics of Educational Injustice
    MEIRA LEVINSON
    Geographies of Indigenous Leaders
    Landscapes and Mindscapes in the Pacific Northwest
    MICHAEL MARKER
    Doing and Teaching Disciplinary Literacy with Adolescent Learners
    A Social and Cultural Enterprise
    ELIZABETH BIRR MOJE
    Editor's Review of Choosing Homes, Choosing Schools
    Eve L. Ewing

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  3. Harvard Education Letter

    The Harvard Education Letter is an award-winning bimonthly newsletter that summarizes new research and innovative practice in preK-12 education.

    In the most recent issue:

    Learning from Our Students Surveys offer performance feedback to teachers
    by Suzanne Bouffard
    Getting a Jump on College
    Dual enrollment gives high schoolers academic momentum
    by Jon Marcus
    Rethinking ESEA at 50
    An interview with Jack Jennings
    by Nancy Walser
    Editor's Note
    by Nancy Walser