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Alumni Books

Looking for a new book to read? How about something written by an alum?

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From Street Smart to School Smart

David Sortino’s new book profiles his work with at-risk teen girls.

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Summer Is Here. Get Reading.

Recommendations for children, parents, and teachers that will enrich — and educate — through the summer months.

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Big Decisions Matter for Principals

Simon Rodberg’s new book looks at why it’s hard for school leaders to make decisions and how five key questions can help.

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Q+A: Ilona Holland, Ed.M.’85, Ed.D.’91

An alum's picture books inspire children's interest in history.

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Blended Learning Moves Forward

Stepan Mekhitarian’s new book looks at how educators can combine the best of online and in-school learning as schools reopen.

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A Field Guide to Gifted Students

Charlotte Agell's new book offers an intro to teachers and parents.

Logan Smalley, Ed.M.'08, and Stephanie Kent

Let Your Fingers Do the Walking, With Ishmael

For anyone who remembers dog-earing the page in the Yellow Pages of a favorite pizza shop, and lovers of books and bookstores, Logan Smalley's new "Call Me Ishmael Phone Book" is a nostalgic and useful resource.

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Art Is for All

A new book helps art teachers incorporate UDL in their classrooms.

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One on One: Jean Lawler

A book series helps children in grade preK–3 slow down and consider how different experiences make them feel.

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Follow the Dark Horse

A look at those who blaze their own trails and how this needs to apply to students.


The Story of the Unlikely Children's Book Author

Professor Fernando Reimers' debut as children's book author.

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One on One with Peter Smith

People are often penalized based on how they learn, not on what they know, writes Peter Smith, M.A.T.’70, Ed.D.’83.

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What’s Love Got to Do With It?

Alum John Miller’s new book looks at the role love and compassion play in education.