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Gift Guide: EdReform’s Best Book Bets

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The holiday season is upon us, and we’ve got the perfect gift ideas for your favorite education reformers – or those who you want to become one! Check out all of the page-turners out this year that are sure to be a hit for someone on your list:

 

 

 

Education Refrom-Before it was Cool Education Reform: Before It Was Cool – The Real Story and The Pioneers Who Made It Happen
Edited by Jeanne Allen

 

 

No Struggle No ProgressNo Struggle No Progress: A Warrior s Life from Black Power to Education Reform
By Howard Fuller with Lisa Frazier Page 

 

 

Lessons of HopeLessons of Hope: How to Fix Our Schools
By Joel Klein

 

 

A Light Shines in HarlemA Light Shines in Harlem: New York’s First Charter School and the Movement It Led
By Mary C. Bounds, with foreword by Wyatt Tee Walker

 

 

BlendedBlended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools
By Michael B. Horn, Heather Staker, Clayton M. Christensen 

 

 

On the RocketshipOn the Rocketship: How Top Charter Schools Are Pushing the Envelope
By Richard Whitmire

 

 

The Evolution and Revolution of DC Charter SchoolsThe Evolution & Revolution of DC Charter Schools: A Transformation of Public Education in Washington, DC
By Josephine C. Baker