1. Harvard Education Press

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

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    Show, Tell, Build
    Twenty Key Instructional Tools and Techniques for Educating English Learners

    Joyce W. Nutta, Carine Strebel, Florin M. Mihai, Edwidge Crevecoeur Bryant, and Kouider Mokhtari

    Principled Resistance
    How Teachers Resolve Ethical Dilemmas

    Edited by Doris A. Santoro and Lizabeth Cain

    Teachers Bridging Difference
    Exploring Identity with Art

    Marit Dewhurst, Foreword by Dorinda J. Carter Andrews

    Culturally Responsive School Leadership

    Muhammad Khalifa, Foreword by Lisa Delpit

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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 2018 Issue:

    Friday Night Lights Out
    The End of Football in Schools
    RANDALL CURREN AND J. C. BLOKHUIS
    Intimate Possibilities
    The Beyond Bullying Project and Stories of LGBTQ Sexuality and Gender in US Schools
    JEN GILBERT, JESSICA FIELDS, LAURA MAMO, AND NANCY LESKO
    Psychological Approaches for Overturning an Immunity to Change
    DEBORAH HELSING
    “I Must Be Emerald and Keep My Color”
    Ancient Roman Stoicism in the Middle School Classroom
    LEAH GUENTHER
    Toward a New Model of College “Choice” for a Twenty-First-Century Context
    CONSTANCE ILOH

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  3. HEL Archive

    The Harvard Education Letter was an award-winning bimonthly newsletter of research and practice in preK-12 education published from 1985 to 2015. The archives are maintained by Harvard Education Publishing Group.


     

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