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American Teacher 1993 Violence in Americaªs Public Schools by Katherine Binns

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Published by Diane Pub Co .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Education

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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL11101284M
ISBN 100788172913
ISBN 109780788172915

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Dec 28,  · "American Teacher: Heroes in the Classroom is a must read for any teacher who needs to be inspired or who needs to know that we're all in this together. These 50 amazing stories of hope, standing up for what you believe, and the power that a teacher has to change a life makes this one of those books you'll have a hard time putting down/5(17). As part of a series of studies on the concerns and aspirations of American teachers, this report illustrates the concerns of teachers, students, and law enforcement officers about the increasing violence and fears of violence in U.S. schools. Oct 08,  · —Genein Letford, Great American Teacher Award Winner, NEW Academy Canoga Park, Canoga Park, California "American Teacher: Heroes in the Classroom is the teacher book of all teacher books! Not only is the style of teacher narratives 5/5(1). American Teacher introduces us to classroom heroes like Stephen Ritz of NYC's South Bronx, who uses sustainable agriculture as a tool to engage and inspire his neighborhood's most at-risk special-needs students; Rafe Esquith, a trail-blazing, multi-award-winning educator and author, who has spent 31years teaching 5th grade from within the same.

As part of a series of studies on the concerns and aspirations of American teachers, this report illustrates the concerns of teachers, students, and law enforcement officers about the increasing violence and fears of violence in U.S. schools. The survey is based on interviews with a nationally representative sample of 1, teachers from grades 3 through 12, 1, students from the same grades. Get this from a library! The Metropolitan Life survey of the American teacher, teachers respond to President Clinton's education proposals. [Metropolitan Life . Introduction --Executive summary --Defining the problem --Other aspects of students lives --Sources and reactions to violence --Weapons and self protection --Teacher and student experiences --Defining the impact --Examining some solutions --Methodology --The questionnaires. Other Titles: American teacher, Violence in America's public schools. Used Teacher Editions. We stock a large inventory of Used Teacher Editions. Call for availability, pricing or if you have questions regarding our Used Teacher Editions. We specialize in the out-of-print and hard to find Used Teacher Editions and Teacher Manuals. If the Used Teacher Edition for which you are searching is not listed here, please call

Published by Kodansha America in New York in September , the book was on the New York Times bestseller lists for weeks. In all editions combined, the book has sold more than five million copies, according to Hearth. The book went on to inspire a Broadway play in and a CBS television film in Cited by: “A great book by a truly remarkable teacher.” – Kyle O’Connor, Former Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Speechwriting for President Barack Obama “Pick up American Teacher and marvel at what Doug and his students accomplished in and out of the classroom.”. Sep 28,  · A History of US: Ten-Volume Set [Joy Hakim] on vanbuskirkphotos.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Recommended by the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy as an exemplary informational text. Whether it's standing on the podium in Seneca Falls with the Suffragettes or riding on the first subway car beneath New York City in /5(20). Jan 29,  · “No challenge has been more daunting than that of improving the academic achievement of African American students. Burdened with a history that includes the denial of education, separate and unequal education, and relegation to unsafe, substandard inner-city schools, the quest for quality education remains an elusive dream for the African American community/5.