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A School of Our Own: The Story of the First Student-run High School and a New Vision for American Education


reviewed by Sarah Bradley & Joi Dallas — April 29, 2017

coverTitle: A School of Our Own: The Story of the First Student-run High School and a New Vision for American Education
Author(s): Susan Engel & Samuel Levin
Publisher: The New Press, New York
ISBN: 1620971526, Pages: 240, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 29, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21954, Date Accessed: 11/19/2017 7:23:10 PM

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  • Sarah Bradley
    Boston College
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    SARAH BRADLEY is a member of the Boston College Class of 2017, where she completed a degree in Secondary Education & English. Sarah plans to pursue a teaching career. With Joi Dallas, both have worked as Undergraduate Research Fellows in the Lynch School of Education, where they presented at AERA 2016 and studied under Dr. Rebecca Lowenhaupt to research policies and best practices for working with bilingual students.
  • Joi Dallas
    Boston College
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    JOI DALLAS is also a member of the Boston College Class of 2017, where she completed a degree in Applied Psychology and Human Development. Joi plans to pursue a Masters in School Counseling. With Sarah Bradley, both have worked as Undergraduate Research Fellows in the Lynch School of Education, where they presented at AERA 2016 and studied under Dr. Rebecca Lowenhaupt to research policies and best practices for working with bilingual students.
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