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The politics of inquiry. Education research and the "culture of science. Digital media and democracy. Service-learning in theory and practice: The future of community engagement in higher education. Power, crisis, and education for liberation: Connected lives of Navajo women.
The University of Arizona Press. Literacy with an attitude: Educating working-class children in their own self-interest 2nd edition.
And they were wonderful teachers: Florida's purge of gay and lesbian teachers. University of Illinois Press. Personal-pasionate-participatory inquiry into social justice in education. The role of religion in the 21st century schools. Critical pedagogy, ecoliteracy, and planetary crisis: Handbook of latinos in education.
Three models of imagination in the age of the knowledge economy. The destructive path of neoliberalism: An international examination of education. Queers organizing for public education and justice. Deconstructing the discourse of standards and accountability in education. An introductory anthology of anarchy in the academy.
Toward a post-reform agenda in education. Foucault, education, and the culture of self. Cross-cultural studies in curriculum: Eastern thought, educational insights.
Navigating identity, culture, and resistance. Civics education for the 21st Century.
Learning for meaning's sake: Toward the hermeneutic university. The aftermath of feminism: Gender, culture and social change. African American involvement in school voucher reform. Breaking bad habits of race and gender: Transforming identity in schools.As a publisher of youth magazines, the first publication was The Western Pennsylvania Scholastic.
It covered high school sports and social activities and debuted on October 22, In , Scholastic published its first book, Saplings, a collection of selected student writings by winners of the Scholastic Writing Awards. WANL.
Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland & Labrador. Founded in , the Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador (WANL) contributes to a supportive environment for writing in the province; works to nurture and inspire writers at all levels and stages of their careers; fosters public recognition of NL writers; advocates for the well-being of writers; and promotes the enhancement of.
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National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards judging kicks off in New York Brittany Sullivan February 3rd, Since , the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have been judging student work based on 3 original criteria: originality, technical skill, and emergence of personal vision or voice.
These New York City schools are the only ones that admit students based solely on their scores on the Specialized High School Admissions Test (SHSAT), which students take in the eighth grade.