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Harvard Educational Review

Harvard Educational Review

Vol.79, n°2, juillet 2009

Education and the Obama Presidency



* Note to Educators: Hope Required When Growing Roses in Concrete, Jeffrey Duncan-Andrade
* A Dialogue: Our Selves, Our Students, and Obama, Jennifer Mclaughlin, Kim Kelly
* President Obama and Education: The Possibility for Dramatic Improvements in Teaching and Learning, Linda Darling-Hammond
* Promise And Peril: Charter Schools, Urban School Reform, and the Obama Administration, Charles Payne, Tim Knowles
* Reclaiming Our Freedom to Teach: Education Reform in the Obama Era, Megan Behrent
* Obama's Dilemma: Postpartisan Politics and the Crisis of American Education, Henry Giroux
* Second-Class Integration: A Historical Perspective for a Contemporary Agenda, Vanessa Siddle Walker
* It Wasn't Easy to Get Here, Kathleen Mayse
* Praise Song for Teachers: A Call to Action, Ariane White
* Educating Latino Immigrant Students in the Twenty-First Century: Principles for the Obama Administration, Carola Suárez-Orozco, Marcelo Suárez-Orozco
* An Insurrectionary Generation: Young People, Poverty, Education, and Obama, Jay Gillen
* An Earned Insurgency: Quality Education as a Constitutional Right, Robert Moses
* Coda: The Slow Fuse of Change, Maxine Greene

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