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Be The Change: Reinventing School for Student Success


reviewed by Tim Wall & Shantel Farnan ó March 27, 2017

coverTitle: Be The Change: Reinventing School for Student Success
Author(s): Linda Darling-Hammond, Nicky Ramos-Beban, Rebecca Padnos Altamirano, & Maria E. Hyler
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807757438, Pages: 264, Year: 2015
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 27, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21880, Date Accessed: 10/22/2017 7:03:19 PM

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  • Tim Wall
    Northwest Missouri State University
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    TIM WALL, Ed. D., is Dean of the School of Education at Northwest Missouri State University and Director of Teacher Education, and serves on the Graduate Faculty of the Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis Doctoral Program with University of Missouri-Columbia. Dr. Wall has taught university courses since 2001, and his research centers on social justice, assessment systems, standardized examinations, equity, access, and teacher quality. He has co-developed several quality assurance and data systems for continuous quality improvement of teacher preparation programs. Dr. Wall has served on the Executive Board of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education and as President of the Missouri Affiliate to AACTE, and also on the Research Committee of the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation. He has presented peer-reviewed research throughout America, and at more than 60 state, national, and international conferences. His current research investigates the relationships between standardized examinations and diversity, equity, and inclusivity of a diverse teacher workforce. He lives in Missouri with his lovely and talented wife and three small children.
  • Shantel Farnan
    Northwest Missouri State University
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    SHANTEL FARNAN, Ed. D., is Assistant Professor in the Department of Professional Education and Coordinator of Special Education Programs for Northwest Missouri State University. Dr. Farnan has taught holds offices in both state and national organizations with a focus on special education, including Teacher Education Division of Council of Exceptional Children and Missouri Council for Administrators of Special Education. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Education Degree at Northwest Missouri State University with a dual major of elementary education and special education in 1995. In 1999, she completed her Masterís in Education in Educational Leadership: Elementary and went on to complete her Specialist in Superintendency in 2008, also from Northwest Missouri State University. During the time she was completing her advanced degrees, she was a full-time special education teacher and coordinator at Northeast Nodaway R-V and later at Eugene Field Elementary School in Maryville, Missouri where she still resides with her husband and two children. In 1999, after completion of her masterís degree she became the Special Education Director for Maryville R-II Schools and the Northwest Missouri Special Education Cooperative where she continued until the fall of 2011.
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