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Out of Our Minds: Turning the Tide of Anti-Intellectualism in American Schools


reviewed by Dara Soljaga & Kari Pawl — July 25, 2017

coverTitle: Out of Our Minds: Turning the Tide of Anti-Intellectualism in American Schools
Author(s): Craig B. Howley, Aimee Howley, & Edwina Pendarvis
Publisher: Prufrock Press, Austin
ISBN: 1618216007, Pages: 336, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 25, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22101, Date Accessed: 12/13/2017 11:26:51 PM

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  • Dara Soljaga
    Concordia University Chicago
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    DARA SOLIJAGA, Ph.D., is a professor of curriculum, language and literacy at Concordia University Chicago. She serves as the chair of the department of literacy and early childhood education, as well as, serving as the executive and founding director of the university’s Center for Literacy. Dr. Soljaga envisioned the Center to serve as a hub for innovative, engaging and asset-based literacy experiences that support ongoing individual and collective growth. She is currently engaged in long-term research projects examining instructional coaching and in of multiliteracies-based teaching, learning and assessment. Dr. Soljaga earned her Ph.D. from The Ohio State University.
  • Kari Pawl
    Concordia University Chicago
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    KARI PAWL, Ph.D., is an associate professor of curriculum, language and literacy at Concordia University Chicago. She serves as the Director of Elementary and Early Childhood programs at the Center for Literacy on campus and is passionately committed to supporting literacy instruction for all learners. She lends her wealth of knowledge and experience working as a classroom teacher and literacy specialist in the public school system for several decades to her work with teachers and students. Her research interests lie in literacy curriculum construction, reading assessment, and differentiated instruction. Dr. Pawl earned her Ed.D. from Loyola University Chicago.
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