Subject: Education

What Will They Learn? 2018-19 By
ISBN 978-0-9990135-0-2
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What Will They Learn? 2018-19

Developed in response to the inadequacy of existing college rankings, What Will They Learn? is the only resource that reviews college curricula comprehensively to answer the first question parents, guidance counselors, and trustees should ask about a school: what will students learn? This revised edition evaluates over 1,100 colleges and […]

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What Will They Learn? 2017-18: A Survey of Core Requirements at Our Nation’s Colleges and Universities By
ISBN 978-0-9708058-8-1
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What Will They Learn? 2017-18: A Survey of Core Requirements at Our Nation’s Colleges and Universities

Developed in response to the inadequacy of existing college rankings, What Will They Learn? is the only resource that reviews college curricula comprehensively to answer the first question parents, guidance counselors, and trustees should ask about a school: what will students learn? This revised edition evaluates over 1,100 colleges and […]

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Rejoicing in the Truth: Wisdom and the Educator’s Craft By C
212 pages | ISBN 978-0-931888-85-4
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Rejoicing in the Truth: Wisdom and the Educator’s Craft

Rejoicing in the Truth offers a series of different looks at the life of a Christian educator. When educators make it their goal to accompany their students along the path to wisdom and to instruct them by showing them how to delight in the truth, then their practice is illuminated […]

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Every School: One Citizen’s Guide to Transforming Education By D
218 pages | ISBN 978-1-936599-21-9
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Every School: One Citizen’s Guide to Transforming Education

How would an entrepreneur reform education? In Every School, Don Nielsen draws on his business career, and two decades as a school activist, to offer innovative solutions to the educational challenges facing our country. Lasting change, Nielsen argues, will not come mainly through local school boards, but rather through state […]

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Free to Learn: Lessons from Model Charter Schools By L and X
212 pages | ISBN 978-0-936488-95-0
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Free to Learn: Lessons from Model Charter Schools

Successful charter schools have perfected alternative models of organization, management, and discipline that shatter the status quo orthodoxy.

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Not as Good as You Think: The Myth of the Middle Class School By L, R and S
49 minutes run time | ISBN 978-1-934276-14-3
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Not as Good as You Think: The Myth of the Middle Class School

Not as Good as You Think: The Myth of the Middle Class School shatters the myth that “good” schools are found only in “nice” neighborhoods.

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Not as Good as You Think: Why the Middle Class Needs School Choice By L, R and V
242 pages | ISBN 978-1-934276-06-8
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Not as Good as You Think: Why the Middle Class Needs School Choice

Neighborhood schools may not be as good as they think, according to the findings in this book.

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School Choice in Texas: Who Opposes It—And Why By I, J and J
24 pages | ISBN 9780978650254
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School Choice in Texas: Who Opposes It—And Why

The State of Texas has considered school choice as a tool for enhancing educational opportunity on a number of occasions over the past two decades. Those efforts have inevitably met with determined political opposition.

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The Intelligent Donor’s Guide to College Giving By A and M
44 pages | ISBN 978-0-9708058-1-2
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The Intelligent Donor’s Guide to College Giving

American philanthropists long have been generous in their support of colleges and universities. But donors do not always find the results they envisioned for their generosity and good intentions.

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The Neighbor’s Kid: A Cross-Country Journey in Search of What Education Means to Americans By P
150 pages | ISBN 9781892934154 9781892934161
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The Neighbor’s Kid: A Cross-Country Journey in Search of What Education Means to Americans

The Neighbor’s Kid tells the story of what twenty-four year-old Philip Brand discovered regarding American education when he drove his car cross-country during the 2008-09 school year visiting two schools in each of forty-nine states.

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