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Current Yearbooks

Engaging Youth in Schools: Evidence-Based Models to Guide Future Innovations
Volume: 113 Issue: 1
Edited by David J. Shernoff and Janine Bempechat

The volume is divided into four parts. Part I focuses on conceptualizations of engagement, theoretical underpinnings, and the importance of engagement in structured activities for development and well-being. Part II discusses processes of engagement and the influence that teachers and staff can exert directly through the quality of discourse and interactions in school contexts. Parts III and IV focus on contexts that are empirically supported as engaging, providing the evidence of elevated engagement as well as rich descriptions of the programmatic features or practices most responsible for them.

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Learning In and Across Contexts: Reimagining Education
Volume: 113 Issue: 2
Edited by Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur

This volume brings together current conceptual and empirical research on learning in and across a wide range of contexts that are purpose-built with young people in mind.

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Upcoming Yearbooks
Work has begun on the 2015 yearbooks, Student Voice in American Educational Policy, edited by Jerusha O. Conner, Rachel Ebby-Rosin, & Amanda Slattery, and Understanding the Relationship Between Race and Education, edited by Adrienne D. Dixson, Jamel K. Donnor, & Rema E. Reynolds. These latest volumes are important new contributions to the ongoing series of NSSE Yearbooks.
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