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Charting a New Course: Reinventing High School Classes for the New Millennium


reviewed by Scott Bailey & Maxwell M. Holmes — May 04, 2018

coverTitle: Charting a New Course: Reinventing High School Classes for the New Millennium
Author(s): Eric E. Castro & Paul Totah
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1681238969, Pages: 126, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 04, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22358, Date Accessed: 5/27/2018 4:13:03 AM

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  • Scott Bailey
    Stephen F. Austin State University
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    SCOTT BAILEY, Ed.D., serves as Associate Professor of educational leadership at Stephen F. Austin State University, teaching in both the master's and doctoral programs. Prior to entering higher education, Dr. Bailey served in the public schools as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, and curriculum director at the secondary level. Current research interests include instructional leadership practices, especially in rural schools, effective online pedagogy, and the mindset shift that occurs when teachers move into administrative positions. Recent publications include the book, Preparing Educators for Online Learning: A Careful Look at the Components and How to Assess Their Value, and the journal article, “Embedded Practica in Leadership Preparation: Student Perspectives” in Planning and Changing.
  • Maxwell Holmes
    Stephen F. Austin State University
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    MAXWELL M. HOLMES, M.P.A., Assistant Director of Admissions at St. Thomas High School – Houston, is a second-year Doctorate of Education student in Educational Leadership at Stephen F. Austin State University. Mr. Holmes has experience in recruiting, admissions, retention, orientation and coordinating the on-campus experience of prospective students and families. In addition, Mr. Holmes has experience in developing innovative programs for incoming high school freshman at St. Thomas High School. Academic research interests include student recruitment, admissions, marketing and student retention for both secondary independent and private schools and higher education institutions. Mr. Holmes recently co-authored and presented papers at the Southwest Educational Resources Association (SERA) Conference: Holmes, Olshine, & Smith (2017, February), "Summer Bridge Program: A case study," and Freeman, Holmes, & Matall (2018, February), "Examining Teacher Perceptions of Student Agency in the English Language Arts Classroom: A Case Study." Currently, Mr. Holmes has begun his dissertation on integration and motivation of alternatively admitted students.
 
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