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Educational Justice: Teaching and Organizing Against the Corporate Juggernaut


reviewed by Jessica Shiller — April 21, 2017

coverTitle: Educational Justice: Teaching and Organizing Against the Corporate Juggernaut
Author(s): Howard Ryan
Publisher: Monthly Review Press, New York
ISBN: 1583676139, Pages: 248, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 21, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21937, Date Accessed: 12/11/2017 8:00:39 PM

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  • Jessica Shiller
    Towson University
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    JESSICA SHILLER (PhD, Urban Education, New York University) is Associate Professor in the College of Education at Towson University where she has been a graduate program advisor for the program in instructional leadership and is now assisting with the implementation of urban education initiatives. Her research and teaching has been focused on urban school reform policy and practice, culturally relevant instruction, teacher student relationship-building practices, and civic activism and education. She is the author of many publications, but her most recent is a book on how the demographics of suburban schools are changing to resemble those of urban schools, The New Reality for Suburban Schools (Peter Lang, 2015). Currently, she is working on research to understand the impact os the community schools initiative in Baltimore and acts a consultant to schools implementing restorative practices through the University of Maryland School of Social Work. Prior to coming to Towson, she worked in New York City as a high school teacher, a coach to new teachers, and as a university professor at the City University of New York.
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