Lexile measure 1140; Ages 11-15
"The Handbook has been re-conceptualized into three parts: I. Exploring Ideas: Embracing Inquiry and the Craft of Framing Meaningful Problems; II Pursuing and Sharing Ideas: The Design and Conduct of Inquiry and the Communication of Results; and III. Engaging Ideas: Reflections of Scholars."
"The SAGE Handbook of Dyslexia is a comprehensive overview of a complex field....The editors have brought together key figures from the international academic world - both researchers and practitioners - to examine the relationships between theoretical paradigms, research and practice, and to map new areas of research."
"offers an unflinching and comprehensive overview of the full range of both practical and theoretical issues facing educational leadership today."
"It is a comprehensive overview of different theoretical positions on gender issues in schools. The contributions cover all sectors of education from early years to higher education; curriculum subjects; methodological and theoretical perspectives; and gender identities in education. Each chapter reviews, synthesises and provides a critical interrogation of key contemporary themes in education."
Part 1: The Social Context of Research; Part 2: Design and Data Collection; Part 3: Integrating the Analysis of New Data Types; Part 4: Sampling, Inference and Measurement. "This Handbook, edited by internationally recognized scholars, provides a comprehensive, pitch perfect critical assessment of the field."
"This book provides an authoritative, yet accessible guide to the philosophy of education, its scope, its key thinkers and movements, and its potential contribution to a range of educational concerns."
"This handbook analyzes the origins, contributions and interpretations of international education."
Lexile measure 700; Ages 12 and up
Book level: 3.7; Ages: 6-10; Biography
Lexile measure 890; Ages 10-15
""in this genial and challenging overview of endless debates over school reform, Rick Hess shows that even bitter opponents in debates about how to improve schools agree much more than they realize--and that much of it must change radically."