Books by Edubloggers

Public Education Bibliography 2013-2014

Audrey Amrein-Beardsley Rethinking Value-Added Models in Education: Critical Perspectives on Tests and Assessment-Based Accountability , 2014

David C. Berliner, Gene V. Glass, et al, 50 Myths and Lies That Threaten America’s Public Schools: The Real Crisis in Education,  2014

Carol BurrisOn the Same Track: How Schools Can Join the Twenty-First-Century Struggle against Resegregation  2014

Prudence L. Carter, Kevin G. Welner, Closing the Opportunity Gap: What America Must Do to Give Every Child an Even Chance, 2014

Sam ChaltainOur School: Searching for Community in the Era of Choice, 2014

Anthony Cody, The Educator and the Oligarch, a Teacher Challenges the Gates Foundation, 2014

David EllisonBloodletting: Why Education Reform is Killing America’s Schools, 2014

David GreeneDoing the Right Thing: A Teacher Speaks, 2013

Jesse Hagopian,et alMore Than a Score: The New Uprising Against High-Stakes Testing, 2014

Shannon Hernandez, Breaking the Silence: My Final Forty Days as a Public School Teacher Paperback, 2014

John KuhnFear and Learning in America – Bad Data, Good Teachers, and the Attack on Public Education  2014

Lloyd LofthouseCrazy is Normal: a classroom exposé, 2014

Doug Martin, Hoosier School Heist,  2014

Morna McDermott, Peggy Robertson et. al An Activist Handbook for the Education Revolution: United Opt Out’s Test of Courage, (2015)

Mark Naison, Badass Teachers Unite! Reflections on Education, History, and Youth Activism, 2014

Kris L NielsenChildren of the Core, 2013

Diane RavitchReign of Error: The Hoax of the Privatization Movement and the Danger to America’s Public Schools, 2013

Mercedes Schneider, A Chronicle of Echoes: Who’s Who in the Implosion of American Public Education , 2014

Paul ThomasSocial Context Reform: A Pedagogy of Equity and Opportunity,

Jose VilsonThis Is Not A Test: A New Narrative on Race, Class, and Education, 2014

Yong ZhaoWho’s Afraid of the Big Bad Dragon: Why China Has the Best (and Worst) Education System in the World, 2014

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