Teaching to Change the World Jeannie Oakes, Martin Lipton, Lauren Anderson, Jamy Stillman
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Reflect on the culture at the school where you work (or plan to work). Jeannie Oakes is Director of Educational Opportunity and Scholarship at the Ford Foundation, following a 20-year career at UCLA where she was Presidential Professor in Educational Equity. Edited by Gretchen Brion-Meisels, Thomas Nikundiwe and Carla Shalaby Published by the Education for Liberation Network ISBN: 9780942961850. She is author of the influential book, "Keeping Track: How Schools Structure Inequality. Here's why teachers have the power to change the world . Lauren Anderson's most popular book is Teaching to Change the World. Lauren Anderson has 25 books on Goodreads with 128 ratings. Teachers are accountable to students, not to administrators, parents and the education bureaucracy. DOWNLOAD Teaching to Change the World Read Unlimited eBooks and Audiobooks - by Jeannie Oakes. Price: $18 ($14 pre-order sale before June 15; $13 each for orders of 10 or more). *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In the residential homes, we would talk late into the evening and they had this unending appetite for what was going on in the world around them. Teaching To Change The World [Jeannie Oakes, Martin Lipton] on Amazon.com. Planning to Change the World: A Plan Book for Social Justice Teachers 2017- 2018. One high-school teacher featured in the text (who withheld her name) contrasts the very supportive and collaborative culture at her first high school with the “ dysfunctional” culture she encountered at her new school.