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Untangling Urban Middle School Reform: Clashing Agendas for Literacy Standards and Student Success


reviewed by Penny B. Howell, Margaret Rintamaa & Jean Wolph — November 28, 2016

coverTitle: Untangling Urban Middle School Reform: Clashing Agendas for Literacy Standards and Student Success
Author(s): Cynthia D. Urbanski
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807757713, Pages: 131, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 28, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21749, Date Accessed: 10/19/2017 8:50:43 AM

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  • Penny Howell
    University of Louisville
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    PENNY B. HOWELL is an associate professor of middle grades education at the University of Louisville. She is the current program chair of the Middle Level Education Research Self-interest Group of the American Education Research Association and Chair of the Professional Preparation Advisory Committee for the Association for Middle Level Education. Her work has been published in the Middle Grades Research Journal, Research in Middle Level Education Online, Middle School Journal, Equity and Excellence in Education, The Teacher Educator, and the Middle Grades Review. She is the lead editor on the new Handbook of Research for Middle Level Education focused on educator preparation for middle grades schools.
  • Margaret Rintamaa
    University of Kentucky
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    MARGARET RINTAMAA is an associate professor of middle level education at the University of Kentucky. She is the chair of the Middle Level Teacher Education Program and Director of the Bluegrass Writing Project. Her work has been published Reading and Writing Quarterly, Journal of Educational Research, Middle School Journal, and Journal of School Leadership.
  • Jean Wolph
    University of Louisville
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    JEAN WOLPH is an instructor at the University of Louisville and the Director of the Kentucky Writing Project and the Louisville Writing Project. She is a Member of the National Writing Project College-Ready Writers Program Leadership Team that implemented an i3 grant with positive results on all measures. ‪Reports on this research is published in Education Week and on the outside evaluator’s website.
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