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A Smarter Charter JOIN US for a conversation with authors Richard D. Kahlenberg and Halley Potter. Introduction by TC President Susan Fuhrman. Discussion moderated by John Merrow, Education Correspondent for PBS NewsHour. Featuring Michael Mulgrew, President of the UFT, and Luis Huerta, TC Associate Professor of Education & Public Policy.

—5:30 PM  Monday, 9/29   Teachers College, Grace Dodge 179—

“A remarkable new book . . . Wise and energetic advocates such as Kahlenberg and Potter can take the charter movement in new and useful directions.” —Jay Mathews, The Washington Post

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Featured this month:


Derman-Sparks: Leading Anti-Bias Early Childhood Programs

“This book is a tool box for building early childhood programs that foster sentiments of justice and fairness in leaders, teachers, and young children, and help them to act on these values.”
—Herbert Kohl

   
Garrett: Effective Clasroom Management

“The author assembles key practices together with some often-forgotten management components in her messages to practitioners on developing relationships and on hearing student voice.”
—Kay Brocato

   
Dole: Reading Across Multiple Texts in the Common Core Classroom

“Denise Johnson’s innovative lessons and assessment ideas provide step-by-step supports for designing curriculum in a Web 2.0 world.”
—Julie Coiro

   
Helm: Becoming Young Thinkers

“Examples and suggestions make clear the important distinctions between the deep investigations involved in project work versus the fairly common superficial theme activities too often seen in preschool and elementary school classes.”
—Lilian G. Katz


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Protocols
Thinking Critically About Environments for Young Children: Bridging Theory and Practice
Lisa P. Kuh, Editor

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School-Age Care Environment Rating Scale, Updated Edition
Thelma Harms, et al.

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Appendix
Other People's English: 
Code-Meshing, Code-Switching, and African American Literacy
Vershawn Ashanti Young, et al.

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Teachers' Guide
Leading Educational Change: Global Issues, Challenges, and Challenges on Whole-System Reform
Helen Janc Malone, Editor

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Guides for Military Families

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ERS: Environment Rating Scales

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Maxine GreeneRemembering Maxine Greene

Please save the date—

A celebration of Maxine’s life and work will take place at Teachers College on October 6, beginning at 4:00 p.m. We will post information as it becomes available. We look forward to seeing you there and together, to sharing memories of a remarkable life.


Susan NeumanSusan Neuman on NPR.

Susan B. Neuman, co-author of All About Words: Increasing Vocabulary in the Common Core Classroom spoke to All Things Considered on NPR about the need to “immunize” young children against illiteracy by bringing books into the home.

Sam ChaltainOur School Reviewed by the Post.

The Washington Post reviewed Sam Chaltain’s Our School: Searching for Community in an Era of Choice.

Eric NadelsternEric Nadelstern interviewed.

Watch Eric Nadelstern discuss 10 Lessons from New York City Schools with Liz Willen at the 2014 TC Academic Festival.

Linda Darling-HammondLinda Darling-Hammond interviewed.

School Leadership Briefing interviewed Linda Darling-Hammond about her book Getting Teacher Evaluation Right! In this interview, notable leaders in the education field pose questions on teacher evaluation and development to Professor Darling-Hammond.

Helen Janc MaloneHelen Janc Malone featured.

Helen Malone's Leading Educational Change will be featured in EdWeek, the Huffington Post, and Kappan Magazine this fall.

Join her and other prominent education researchers at Education Week's new time-limited blog, International Perspectives on Education Reform.


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