A Teacher Grows in Brooklyn

A True Story of a Teacher's Adventures, Auccesses and Ahallenges
By Albert Mazza

Albert Mazza worked for the New York City public school system from 1963 until 1995. He worked under six chancellors and a changing Board of Education from 1979 until 1990. In "A Teacher Grows in Brooklyn", the author tells of how, in 1977, he was...

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A Cultural Paradox

Fun in Mathematics
By Jeffrey Zilahy

"A Cultural Paradox: Fun in Mathematics" by Jeffrey A Zilahy is a great book. It is unique and very well done. And the title turns out to be true - mathematics actually is fun. Well, at least in this author’s hands. He has an engaging...

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Animal Adventures in North Carolina

By Jennifer Bean Bower

Animal Adventures in North Carolina written by Jennifer Bean Bower is a very detailed and inspiring wildlife/nature guide. Jennifer informs people native to North Carolina, as well as visitors, where to find over 70 wildlife and scenic attractions. Included are numerous places to visit in...

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As I Am

A True Story of Adaptation to Physical Disability
By Garret Lee Frey, Dr. Karen Hutchins Pirnot

Garret was only five years old when his way of life was completely altered. A freak accident left him paralyzed from the neck down. While he lost all use of his limbs and could not breathe on his own, his mind was unaffected. Dr. Karen...

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A life on the RUN

Seeking and Safeguarding Social Justice
By Dr. John Telford

By his own admission Dr.John Telford is a great man. He believed that he knew what was wrong with education and it motivated him to find ways to correct its problems – especially as it pertained to his black students. He was successful at every...

An Educational Applied Dissertation Model

Effectively Identifying Students at Risk Using School-Based Problem-Solving
By Karen P. Rooks-Dotson, Ed.D

For my dissertation and intellectual curiosity I read many doctoral dissertations for education and psychology. Many appeared to be much ado about very little.  So, I was pleasantly surprised reading Dr. Karen Dotson’s, “An Educational Applied Dissertation Model.” It was well designed and executed and it...

A Core Curriculum for Creative Writing

By Barri Bryum

Two forms of writing are subjective and objective. For me subjective writing is much easier. Creative writing would go under the objective writing. I usually think of fiction when I think of creative writing. The author creates a setting and characters. The author might create...