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Achievement gaps [electronic resource] : how Black and White students in public schools perform in mathematics and reading on the National Assessment of Educational Progress, Vanneman, Alan, for Statistics National Center Education, and of(U.S.) Institute Education Sciences , Statistical analysis report National Center for Education Statistics, 2009, Washington, DC, p.66, (2009)

Portion of title: How Black and White students in public schools perform in mathematics and reading on the National Assessment of Educational Progress

Al Capone Does My Shirts, Choldenko, Gennifer , 2004, New York, p.228, (2004) Abstract

Lexile measure 600; ages 10-15; book level 3.5; historical fiction

Arts based research, Barone, Tom, and Eisner Elliot W. , 2012, Los Angeles, (2012)

"This unique book provides a framework for broadening the domain of qualitative inquiry in the social sciences by incorporating the arts as a means by which to better understand--and rethink--important social issues."

Crash boom love, Herrera, Juan Felipe , 1999, Volume 1st, Albuquerque, p.155, (1999) Abstract

Lexile measure 520; ages 14-18; book level 3.6; general fiction

Dancing in the wings, Allen, Debbie, and ill Nelson, Kadir , 2003, New York, (2003) Abstract

Lexile measure 540; Ages 5-8; Grade level 3.2; Fiction; Library has 6 copies.

Histoire de Babar, le petit éléphant, de Brunhoff, Jean , Nouvelle collection Babar, 2009, Paris, p.28, (2009)
Laughing and Learning: An Alternative to Shut up and Listen, Jonas, Peter M. , (2010)

"In Laughing and Learning, leadership consultant and university professor Peter M. Jonas explores the ways in which humor can enhance the learning environment. Drawing upon empirical research and brain-based concepts, he presents a theoretical model of humor, along with practical examples for use in schools and classrooms. Jonas demonstrates that humor is a natural and fundamental activity that teachers and administrators need to utilize properly to maximize their effectiveness."

Masterpiece, Broach, Elise, and Murphy Kelly , 2008, Volume 1st, New York, p.292, (2008) Abstract

Lexile measure 700; ages 10-14

Someone has to fail: The zero-sum game of public schooling, Labaree, David F. , 2010, Cambridge, Mass., p.304, (2010)

"Why do American schools keep failing? As David Labaree shows, the real question is why we expect them to succeed, given the enormous demands we make of them. Labaree's answers won't please anyone looking for a big quick fix to American education. But they will fascinate anyone who wants to understand our enduring faith in the public schools."--Jonathan Zimmerman, author of Small Wonders: The Little Red Schoolhouse in History and Memory

The word and the world : the cultural politics of literacy in Brazil, Bartlett, Lesley , Understanding education and policy, 2010, Cresskill, N.J., p.216, (2010)
Journal Article
Chinese research perspectives. Educational development, , Chinese research perspectives. Educational development, 2013, (2013)
Conference Paper
The 'woman question' and higher education : perspectives on gender and knowledge production in America, May, Ann Mari , 2008, Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, p.181, (2008)

"These outstanding essays by eminent scholars provide sophisticated and highly readable analyses of the causes of women's exclusion from full participation in knowledge production today. From multiple disciplinary perspectives, the authors examine the roles of biology, institutional impediments, discrimination, and women's choices. A 'must read' for all concerned with the role of women in contemporary higher education." -- Myra H. Strober, Stanford University