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Current Yearbooks

A Moral Critique of Contemporary Education
Volume: 112 Issue: 1
Edited by Hugh Sockett and Robert Boostrom

The editors and authors of this volume consider schooling as a moral endeavor and examine what is missing when contemporary school reform is discussed without this perspective.

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Design Based Implementation Research
Volume: 112 Issue: 2
Edited by Barry Fishman and William Penuel

This volume presents design based implementation research as an approach that challenges educational researchers and practitioners to transcend traditional research/practice barriers to facilitate the design of educational interventions that are effective, sustainable, and scalable.

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Upcoming Yearbooks
Work has begun on the 2014 yearbooks, Engaging Youth in Schools, edited by Janine Bempechat and David Shernoff, and Engaging Children and Youth: Learning in and Across Contexts, edited by Jennifer Vadeboncoeur. These latest volumes are important new contributions to the ongoing series of NSSE Yearbooks.
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The editors of the Teachers College Record invite proposals for volumes in the annual yearbook series heretofore published by the National Society for the Study of Education. Future yearbooks will continue the long tradition of excellence established by these authoritative resources in the field of education. The yearbooks are published in two volumes, each dealing with a current educational issue of interest to a broad audience in the field of education and the general public.

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