E-Books From Education Week Press
New! Now, you can take Education Week e-books with you wherever you go. Introducing a new series of publications available on e-readers. Download these titles to your Kindle, iPad, or Nook.
Bullying Prevention: Professional Development Tools for Dynamic Teaching
Addressing bullying takes time, effort, and resources from administrators and teachers. This Education Week e-book is a professional development tool that examines the research and strategies used to create safe school environments.
Obama's Second Term: What's Ahead for Education Policy
After a bitterly fought election, many in education are left to wonder: What’s ahead for President Barack Obama in his second term? This Education Week e-book focuses the most important issues ahead, like implementation of the Common Core State Standards, teacher evaluation, the reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind Act and waivers under that law, the continuance of federal programs like Race to the Top, and school safety measures and gun control.
Learn how educators can create successful learning environments in sometimes difficult situations. This Education Week e-book features valuable tips from experienced teachers and educators.
Implementing Common Standards: How School Districts Are Preparing for the New Math and Reading Standards
In order to implement the Common Core State Standards, educators need instructional materials and assessments. But not all states are moving at the same pace, and some districts are finding common-core resources in short supply.
This Education Week e-book highlights the curriculum, professional development, and online resources available to help districts prepare for the common core.
About Education Week Press:
Education Week Press is the books division of Editorial Projects in Education (EPE), the nonprofit publisher of Education Week. Education Week Press was launched in 2002 to further EPE’s mission of elevating the level of discourse on K-12 education. The Press publishes books by EPE staff members, as well as outside authors, on school policy and reform. For more details see: Education Week Press
About Educational Research Service Publications:
Education Week Press has assumed responsibility for several longstanding projects by Educational Research Service, including the National Salaries and Wages Study. The publications associated with that study, as well as many other ERS titles, are now available for purchase in our online bookstore.
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