Innovations in Education | Rowman & Littlefield
Innovations in Education
This series highlights ideas, people, and programs that are not business as usual in education. Topics range from delivery systems, such as alternative schools, e-learning opportunities, and teacher-owned educational cooperatives to the entrepreneurial aspect of education and new or different approaches for dealing with the individual learner. The common thread is that books in this series are for educators and administrators who are willing to take risks to improve the quality of education for American youth.

Editor(s): Robert J. Brown
Rebuilding Schools for Students: Let the Change Begin
DARLENE LEIDING
R&L Education • October 2013 • Professional
UNSUSTAINABLE: A Strategy for Making Public Schooling More Productive, Effective, and Affordable
TIM R. MCDONALD
R&L Education • February 2011 • Professional
Racial Bias in the Classroom: Can Teachers Reach All Children?
DARLENE LEIDING
R&L Education • May 2006 • Professional
Managers Make the Difference: Managing vs. Leading In Our Schools
DARLENE LEIDING
R&L Education • May 2004 • Professional
Talking Teaching: Implementing Reflective Practice in Groups
LINDA SCHAAK DISTAD AND JOAN CADY BROWNSTEIN
R&L Education • February 2004 • Professional
The Elements of Leadership: What You Should Know
SARAH J. NOONAN
R&L Education • July 2003 • Professional
From the Ground Up: Entrepreneurial School Leadership
JEFFREY R. CORNWALL
R&L Education • July 2003 • Professional
Passion For Learning: How Project-Based Learning Meets the Needs of 21st Century Students
RONALD J. NEWELL
R&L Education • December 2002 • Professional
The Won't Learners: An Answer to Their Cry
DARLENE LEIDING
R&L Education • October 2002 • Professional
Teachers As Owners: A Key to Revitalizing Public Education
EDITED BY EDWARD J. DIRKSWAGER
R&L Education • May 2002 • Professional