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Why Social Media MattersSchool Communication in the Digital AgeSolution TreeKitty Porterfield & Meg CarnesHere’s everything you need to know to begin building a social media platform that nurtures relationships and garners support from your key stakeholders, including step-by-step instructions on how to use three of today's most popular tools for social media: Twitter, Facebook, and blogs. Written by two school communication veterans, this book focuses on the why as well as the how of effective school-community communication in today’s world. Price: $19.95 paper
The Urgency of Special Education MandatesHelping Administrators Meet Accountability BenchmarksRowman & Littlefield EducationPeter J. Bittel and Nicholas P. YoungSeasoned educators share their expertise in a wide range of important subjects that collectively promote an understanding of how to transform special education programs and service delivery in public school settings. The authors cover a variety of useful topics in special education, ranging from finances, monitoring the assignment of paraprofessionals, and transportation, to legal considerations and methods of promoting parent engagement. Price: $45.00 hardback; $23.95 paperback; $22.99 eBook
Moving into the SuperintendencyHow to Succeed in Making the Transition Rowman & Littlefield EducationThomas A. KerstenThis book provides novice superintendents with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in their new roles. Thomas Kersten, a highly experienced school administrator, shares the most practical and useful strategies that will help new superintendents optimize their early successes. Price: $22.95 paperback; @21.99 eBook
An Agenda for EquityResponding to the Needs of Diverse LearnersRowman & Littlefield EducationSearetha Smith-CollinsUsing Response to Intervention as an innovative model, An Agenda for Equity analyzes the ability of recent educational reforms for increasing enduring, equitable effectiveness and improving conditions for teaching and learning for both teachers and students. Price: $70.00 hardback; $25.95 paperback; $24.99 eBook
Shaping Social Justice LeadershipInsights of Women Educators WorldwideRowman & Littlefield EducationLinda L. Lyman; Jane Strachan and Angeliki LazaridouShaping Social Justice Leadership: Insights of Women Educators Worldwide contains evocative portraits of twenty-three women educators and leaders from around the world whose actions are shaping social justice leadership. Each carefully crafted portrait highlights an aspect of a chapter theme, followed by practical insights. The chapters develop a range of cultural comparisons, illustrate imperatives for social justice leadership, and examine values, skills, resilience, leadership pathways and actions. Price: $90.00 hardback; $34.95 paperback; $33.99 eBook
Curing Student UnderachievementClinical Practice for School LeadersRowman & LittlefieldPhilip Esbrandt and Bruce HayesThe authors find that clinical practice identifies the root causes rather than the symptoms of problems, focusing valuable time, resource, and energy on prescriptions with greater promise for improved performance health. The concepts of diagnosis, prescription, and prognosis establish a foundation for improved planning and problem solving. This book introduces practicing leaders and leaders-in-training to the protocols of clinical practice. Price: $75.00 hardback; $36.95 paperback; $35.99 eBook
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