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A compelling account of what the Founding Father felt learning should look like.

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When it comes to developing good schools, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach.

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A well-researched, accessible treatise on all the ways we experience and absorb words.

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A practical manual for instilling a love of books in children.

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An engaging account of how the hurdles faced by beleaguered educators are nothing new.

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The history of educational policy development in the United States reflects a time-honored tradition of lurching ineffectively from one trend to another, most recently from No Child Left Behind to Race to the Top to Common Core.

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American education, it's generally agreed, is in a state of crisis. The media is full of dire stories about soaring dropout rates, plummeting or stagnant test scores, and the woes of teachers who are underprepared, underpaid, and subject to evaluations that may not reflect their true value.