American Educator Author Index

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A

Adams, Marilyn Jager
Winter 2010-2011 - Advancing Our Students' Language and Literacy

Adams, Marilyn Jager; Diane Ravitch; Nancy Rae Neill; Wiley Blevins; and Linda K. Rath
Spring 2001 - A Tribute to Jeanne Chall

Adelman, Clifford
Winter 1999-2000 - The SAT Trap

Aharoni, Ron
Fall 2005 - What I Learned in Elementary School

Alvarado, Anthony
Winter 1998 - Professional Development Is the Job

Anrig, Greg
Winter 2013–2014 - Community Building in Cincinnati
Winter 2013–2014 - Cultivating Collaboration

Asch, Chris Myers
Fall 2010 - What Message Does the College-for-All Movement Send?

Askey, Richard
Fall 1999 - Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics

B

Bain, Robert B.; and Lauren McArthur Harris
Summer 2011 - Pedagogical Content Knowledge for World History Teachers

Ball, Deborah Loewenberg; and Francesca M. Forzani
Summer 2011 - Building a Common Core for Learning to Teach

Barnett, Steven; and Ellen Frede
Spring 2010 - The Promise of Preschool

Barzun, Jacques
Fall 2002 - Curing Provincialism

Beck, Isabel L.; Margaret G. McKeown; and Linda Kucan
Spring 2003 - Taking Delight in Words
Spring 2003 - Teacher Responses That Further Build Word Knowledge

Becker, Kelly Iwanaga; and James E. Rosenbaum
Fall 2011 - The Early College Challenge

Beilock, Sian L.; and Daniel T. Willingham
Summer 2014 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist

Bennett-Armistead, Susan; Nell K. Duke; and Ebony M. Roberts
Spring 2003 - Filling the Great Void

Benson, Lee; Ira Harkavy; Michael Johanek; and John Puckett
Summer 2009 - The Enduring Appeal of Community Schools

Berkman, Michael; and Eric Plutzer
Summer 2012 - An Evolving Controversy

Berlinski, David
Fall 2002 - Inventing Numbers

Berns, Walter
Spring 2002 - Mystic Chords of Memory

Biemiller, Andrew
Spring 2001 - Teaching Vocabulary
Spring 2003 - Oral Comprehension Sets the Ceiling on Reading Comprehension

Blank, Marty; Reuben Jacobson; and Sarah S. Pearson
Summer 2009 - A Coordinated Effort

Blevins, Wiley; Diane Ravitch; Marilyn Jager Adams; Nancy Rae Neill; and Linda K. Rath
Spring 2001 - A Tribute to Jeanne Chall

Bornfreund, Laura; and Lynne Munson
Spring 2010 - What Does—and What Should—P21 Advocate?

Burke, Jim
Fall 1999 - Why Read?

Burns, Ken; Dayton Duncan; and Geoffrey Ward
Fall 2002 - The Life That Shaped Mark Twain's Anti-Slavery Views

Burroughs, Nathan A.; and William H. Schmidt
Spring 2013 - Springing to Life

Bushweller, Kevin
Fall 2001 - Lessons From the Analog World

C

Carrecker, Suzanne; R. Malatesha Joshi; Rebecca Treiman; and Louisa C. Moats
Winter 2008-2009 - How Words Cast Their Spell
Winter 2008-2009 - The Real Magic of Spelling: Improving Reading and Writing

Casey, Leo
Summer 2007 - The Heart and Mind of a Teacher Unionist
Summer 2007 - The Quest for Professional Voice

Celano, Donna C.; and Susan B. Neuman
Fall 2012 - Dan, the "Science in the Summer" Man
Fall 2012 - Don't Level the Playing Field: Tip It Toward the Underdogs
Fall 2012 - Worlds Apart

Chall, Jeanne S.; and Vicki A. Jacobs
Spring 2003 - The Classic Study on Poor Children's Fourth-Grade Slump

Chatham-Stephens, Kevin M.; Mana Mann; Andrea Wershof Schwartz; and Philip J. Landrigan
Winter 2011–2012 - First, Do No Harm

Chenoweth, Karin
Summer 2007 - Inside Philadelphia's M. Hall Stanton Elementary School
Summer 2007 - Uncovering Academic Success
Fall 2009 - A Model Solution
Fall 2009 - Piece by Piece

Chenoweth, Karin; and Christina Theokas
Fall 2012 - The Professional Educator
Fall 2012 - Want to Improve Teaching? Create Collaborative, Supportive Schools

Chin, Tiffani; and Meredith Phillips
Summer 2005 - Season of Inequality

Christodoulou, Daisy
Spring 2014 - Minding the Knowledge Gap

Cicarella, David
Spring 2014 - The Professional Educator

Clark, Richard E.; Paul A. Kirschner; and John Sweller
Spring 2012 - Putting Students on the Path to Learning

Cogan, Leland S.; William H. Schmidt; and Curtis C. McKnight
Winter 2010-2011 - Equality of Educational Opportunity

Cohen, David K.
Winter 2010-2011 - Learning to Teach Nothing in Particular

Cole, John
Spring 2005 - Keeping Score

Coleman, Arthur L.; and Richard W. Riley
Spring 2011 - Turning the Page on the Equity Debate

Cortese, Antonia
Spring 2007 - Get Real

Cowan, Louise
Spring 2014 - Teaching and Its Spiritual Power

Croninger, Robert G.; Linda Valli; and Kirk Walters
Fall 2008 - Teacher, Mentor, Tutor, Specialist

Cunningham, Anne E.; and Keith E. Stanovich
Spring/Summer 1998 - What Reading Does for the Mind

Cushman, Kathleen
Fall 2007 - Be the First in Your Family to Go to College

D

Darling-Hammond, Linda
Winter 2010-2011 - Soaring Systems
Spring 2014 - Criteria for an Effective Teacher Evaluation System
Spring 2014 - One Piece of the Whole

Davis, Matthew
Spring 2004 - Cultural Literacy Rocks

Denenberg, Dennis
Spring 2001 - Real Heroes

Diamond, Norm
Summer 2012 - Why Teach a 100-Year-Old Strike?

Dillard, Annie
Spring/Summer 1998 - What Reading Does for the Soul

Dodington, Peter
Summer 2012 - Knowing Ourselves

Dongfang, Han
Winter 2002 - Creating Political Space to Defend Chinese Workers

Dougherty, Chrys
Summer 2014 - Starting Off Strong

Doyle, Christopher L.
Winter 2011–2012 - Invisible Wars

Dryfoos, Joy; and Jane Quinn
Summer 2009 - Freeing Teachers to Teach

Dubin, Jennifer
Fall 2008 - Reading Richmond
Spring 2009 - From Picket Line to Partnership
Summer 2009 - These Kids Are Alright
Fall 2009 - Growing Together
Spring 2010 - A Preschool with Promise
Fall 2010 - An Artful Summer
Summer 2012 - Metamorphosis
Fall 2012 - More Than Words
Spring 2013 - School Ties
Winter 2013–2014 - Moving Meriden
Spring 2014 - Promethean Summer
Fall 2014 - Keeping It Real

Duffett, Ann; Jean Johnson; Leslie Moye; and Jackie Vine
Summer 2003 - Now That I'm Here

Duke, Nell K.; V. Susan Bennett-Armistead; and Ebony M. Roberts
Spring 2003 - Filling the Great Void

Duncan, Arne
Winter 2009-2010 - Elevating the Teaching Profession

Duncan, Dayton; Ken Burns; and Geoffrey Ward
Fall 2002 - The Life That Shaped Mark Twain's Anti-Slavery Views

Dunlosky, John
Fall 2013 - Strengthening the Student Toolbox

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Elshtain, Jean Bethke
Summer 2003 - Thinking about September 11

Epstein, Marc
Fall 2008 - A Teacher Wonders: Can Grading Teachers Work?

Euchner, Charles
Fall 2013 - Key Figures behind the March
Fall 2013 - Key Figures behind the March
Fall 2013 - Key Figures behind the March

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Fabricant, Michael B.
Spring 2011 - Organizing for Equity

Fallon, Roberta
Spring 2004 - Education in Wonderland

Feinberg, Barbara
Winter 2004-2005 - A Tree Grows in Brooklyn: A Novel That Offers Pain, but Also Solace
Winter 2004-2005 - Reflections on the "Problem Novel"

Feldman, Sandra
Fall 1998 - A Teacher Quality Manifesto
Fall 2001 - Closing the Achievement Gap

Ferris, Timothy
Fall 2002 - The Whole Shebang

Ficklen, Ellen; and Carol Muscara
Fall 2001 - Going on a Webquest
Fall 2001 - Harnessing Technology in the Classroom
Fall 2001 - Tips from the Trenches
Fall 2001 - Ways to Get Started Using Technology with Your Students

Fitzhugh, Will
Winter 2011–2012 - Meaningful Work

Florey, Kitty Burns
Summer 2008 - A Picture of Language

Forzani, Francesca M.; and Deborah Loewenberg Ball
Summer 2011 - Building a Common Core for Learning to Teach

Frede, Ellen; and W. Steven Barnett
Spring 2010 - The Promise of Preschool

G

Gagnon, Paul
Fall 2003 - In Pursuit of a "Civic Core"
Summer 2005 - Finding Who and Where We Are

Gallimore, Ronald; James Hiebert; and James W. Stigler
Spring 2004 - Opening Classroom Doors

Gibbon, Peter H.
Winter 2002 - Heroes for Our Age

Glidden, Heidi
Spring 2008 - Common Ground

Glidden, Heidi; and Amy M. Hightower
Spring 2007 - Mismatch

Goldenberg, Claude
Summer 2008 - Critical Questions
Summer 2008 - Instructional Modifications for English Learners
Summer 2008 - Teaching English Language Learners
Summer 2013 - Recommended Resources
Summer 2013 - Unlocking the Research on English Learners

Goldenberg, Claude; Judy Hicks; and Ira Lit
Summer 2013 - Dual Language Learners

Goldenberg, Claude; William Saunders; and David Marcelletti
Summer 2013 - English Language Development

Goldstein, Jennifer
Fall 2008 - Taking the Lead

Gosse, Carolyn; and Lisa Hansel
Summer 2014 - Playful Immersion
Summer 2014 - Preschoolers to Presidents
Summer 2014 - Taken for Granted

Gourevitch, Philip
Fall 2003 - Genocide in Rwanda

Graham, Steve
Winter 2009-2010 - Want to Improve Children's Writing?

Gray, David
Winter 2012–2013 - The Professional Educator

Green, James
Winter 2008-2009 - Why Teach Labor History?

Greene, Jane Fell
Spring/Summer 1998 - Another Chance

Gregory, Lynn W.; Nancy Nevarez; and Alexandra T. Weinbaum
Winter 2006-2007 - Cultivate the Right Solution

Gresham, Frank M.; Hill M. Walker; and Elizabeth Ramsey
Winter 2003-2004 - Dealing with Jimmy the "Terror"—How an Intensive Intervention Works
Winter 2003-2004 - Good Behavior Needs to Be Taught
Winter 2003-2004 - Heading Off Disruptive Behavior
Winter 2003-2004 - How Disruptive Students Escalate Hostility and Disorder—and How Teachers Can Avoid It
Winter 2003-2004 - Prevention Begins with Screening

Griffin, Darion; and Giselle Lundy-Ponce
Summer 2003 - At the Starting Line

Gross, Paul R.
Spring 2008 - No Contest
Fall 2009 - Learning Science

H

Hakim, Joy
Spring 2002 - The Story of the Atom
Fall 2004 - A Serendipitous Step Backward
Fall 2004 - Fantastic Journey
Fall 2004 - How Did Eratosthenes Come So Close?
Fall 2004 - The Story of Science: A Writer's Reasons

Hamill, Sean D.
Fall 2011 - Lessons to Share
Fall 2011 - The Professional Educator

Hamilton, Laura S.
Winter 2010-2011 - Testing What Has Been Taught

Hansel, Lisa; and Carolyn Gosse
Summer 2014 - Playful Immersion
Summer 2014 - Preschoolers to Presidents
Summer 2014 - Taken for Granted

Harkavy, Ira; Lee Benson; Michael Johanek; and John Puckett
Summer 2009 - The Enduring Appeal of Community Schools

Harris, Lauren McArthur; and Robert B. Bain
Summer 2011 - Pedagogical Content Knowledge for World History Teachers

Hart, Betty; and Todd R. Risley
Spring 2003 - The Early Catastrophe

Hasak, Jonathan; and John H. Jackson
Fall 2014 - Look Beyond the Label

Hasbrouck, Jan
Summer 2006 - Drop Everything and Read—but How?

Heckman, James J.
Spring 2011 - The Economics of Inequality

Hicks, Judy; Claude Goldenberg; and Ira Lit
Summer 2013 - Dual Language Learners

Hiebert, James; Ronald Gallimore; and James W. Stigler
Spring 2004 - Opening Classroom Doors

Hightower, Amy M.; and Heidi Glidden
Spring 2007 - Mismatch

Hill, Norman; and Velma Murphy Hill
Fall 2013 - Living History

Hill, Velma Murphy; and Norman Hill
Fall 2013 - Living History

Hirsch Jr., E. D.
Spring 2001 - Jeanne Chall's Last Book
Summer 2001 - Overcoming the Language Gap
Spring 2003 - Reading Comprehension Requires Knowledge—of Words and the World
Spring 2006 - Building Knowledge
Spring 2006 - What Do Reading Comprehension Tests Mainly Measure? Knowledge
Spring 2008 - Plugging the Hole in State Standards
Winter 2009-2010 - Creating a Curriculum for the American People
Winter 2009-2010 - The Anti-Curriculum Movement
Winter 2010-2011 - Beyond Comprehension

Honda, Michael
Spring 2011 - Preserving the American Dream

Horton, James Oliver
Fall 2005 - The Old Courthouse

Hymowitz, Kay S.
Spring 2001 - Parenting: The Lost Art
Spring 2001 - The Parent as Career Coach

I

Irons, Peter
Summer 2004 - Jim Crow's Schools

J

Jackson, John H.; and Jonathan Hasak
Fall 2014 - Look Beyond the Label

Jacobs, Vicki A.; and Jeanne S. Chall
Spring 2003 - The Classic Study on Poor Children's Fourth-Grade Slump

Jacobsen, Rebecca; Richard Rothstein; and Tamara Wilder
Spring 2009 - Grading Education

Jacobson, Jennifer
Spring 2007 - In the Zone
Fall 2007 - Focusing on the Forgotten
Fall 2007 - When Challenged, Average Kids Succeed

Jacobson, Reuben; Marty Blank; and Sarah S. Pearson
Summer 2009 - A Coordinated Effort

Jago, Carol
Winter 1999-2000 - Don't Discard the Classics
Winter 2001 - Something There Is That Doesn't Love a List

Johanek, Michael; Lee Benson; Ira Harkavy; and John Puckett
Summer 2009 - The Enduring Appeal of Community Schools

Johnson, Jean; Ann Duffett; Leslie Moye; and Jackie Vine
Summer 2003 - Now That I'm Here

Johnson, Susan Moore; David Kauffman; Susan M. Kardos; Edward Liu; and Heather G. Peske
Summer 2002 - Lost at Sea

Jones, William P.
Fall 2013 - The Move to Unity

Joshi, Malatesha; Rebecca Treiman; Suzanne Carrecker; and Louisa C. Moats
Winter 2008-2009 - How Words Cast Their Spell
Winter 2008-2009 - The Real Magic of Spelling: Improving Reading and Writing

K

Kahlenberg, Richard D.
Fall 2007 - "Where We Stand"
Fall 2007 - Peer Assistance and Review
Fall 2007 - The Agenda That Saved Public Education
Summer 2008 - Albert Shanker's Tough Liberalism
Winter 2011–2012 - Bipartisan, But Unfounded
Winter 2012–2013 - From All Walks of Life

Kahlenberg , Richard D.
Winter 2012–2013 - High-Flying High-Poverty Schools

Kalkavage, Peter
Fall 2006 - The Neglected Muse

Kardos, Susan M.; David Kauffman; Susan Moore Johnson; Edward Liu; and Heather G. Peske
Summer 2002 - Lost at Sea

Kauffman, David; Susan Moore Johnson; Susan M. Kardos; Edward Liu; and Heather G. Peske
Summer 2002 - Lost at Sea

Kennedy, Roger G.
Fall 2009 - Coaxing the Soul of America Back to Life

Kimball, Roger
Fall 2007 - Can Plutarch Regain Popularity?

Kirp, David L.
Winter 2013–2014 - Banding Together

Kirschner, Paul A.; Richard E. Clark; and John Sweller
Spring 2012 - Putting Students on the Path to Learning

Kober, Nancy
Spring 2005 - Accountability 101: Tests Are Blunt Instruments
Spring 2005 - The "AYP" Blues

Koppich, Julia E.
Winter 2002 - Using Well-Qualified Teachers Well

Koretz, Daniel
Fall 2008 - A Measured Approach
Summer 2010 - Tyler Heights Is Not Alone

Kucan, Linda; Isabel L. Beck; and Margaret G. McKeown
Spring 2003 - Taking Delight in Words
Spring 2003 - Teacher Responses That Further Build Word Knowledge

Kugler, Phil
Winter 2013–2014 - The Bargaining Table and Beyond

Kusnet, David
Fall 1999 - Organizing.com

L

Landrigan, Philip J.; Kevin M. Chatham-Stephens; Mana Mann; and Andrea Wershof Schwartz
Winter 2011–2012 - First, Do No Harm

Lepore, Jill
Summer 2011 - “Paul Revere’s Ride”

Lesperance, Gerard
Spring 2002 - A Different Kind of Book Club

Levin, Lisa
Winter 2007-2008 - Gas Promotes Mass: Methane Seeps

Lim, W.K. Edmund; Patsy Wang-Iverson; and Perla Myers
Winter 2009-2010 - Beyond Singapore's Mathematics Textbooks

Lit, Ira; Claude Goldenberg; and Judy Hicks
Summer 2013 - Dual Language Learners

Liu, Edward; David Kauffman; Susan Moore Johnson; Susan M. Kardos; and Heather G. Peske
Summer 2002 - Lost at Sea

Lundy, Kasia; and Ross Wiener
Spring 2014 - Survey Says

Lundy-Ponce, Giselle; and Darion Griffin
Summer 2003 - At the Starting Line

Lynch, Robert G.
Winter 2004-2005 - Extrapolating from One Program...
Winter 2004-2005 - Preschool Pays
Winter 2004-2005 - The Benefits of High-Quality Early Education

M

Magidson, Herb
Summer 2008 - Defending Democracy

Malfaro, Louis
Fall 2010 - The Professional Educator

Mann, Mana; Kevin M. Chatham-Stephens; Andrea Wershof Schwartz; and Philip J. Landrigan
Winter 2011–2012 - First, Do No Harm

Marcelletti, David; William Saunders; and Claude Goldenberg
Summer 2013 - English Language Development

Martel, Erich
Winter 2006-2007 - Protecting Academic Standards

McCabe, Donald
Winter 2001 - Cheating

McClay, Wilfred M.
Fall 2002 - American History
Fall 2002 - The Different, but Necessary, Truths of History and Science
Fall 2002 - Windows on American History
Winter 2008-2009 - The Burden and Beauty of the Humanities

McDougall, Walter A.
Spring 2000 - Merits and Perils of Teaching About Other Countries
Spring 2001 - Why Geography Matters

McKeown, Margaret G.; Isabel L. Beck; and Linda Kucan
Spring 2003 - Taking Delight in Words
Spring 2003 - Teacher Responses That Further Build Word Knowledge

McKnight, Curtis C.; William H. Schmidt; and Leland S. Cogan
Winter 2010-2011 - Equality of Educational Opportunity

Mendel, Richard A.
Summer 2012 - Juvenile Confinement in Context

Metz, Steve; and Megan Sullivan
Winter 2006-2007 - Science Careers for the "Why Take Science?" Crowd

Miller, Matthew
Winter 2003-2004 - Teaching Poor Students: How to Make It a Prestigious, Desirable Career

Minnici, Angela
Spring 2014 - The Mind Shift in Teacher Evaluation

Mirel, Jeffrey
Summer 2011 - Bridging the “Widest Street in the World”

Moats, Louisa C.
Spring/Summer 1998 - Teaching Decoding
Summer 2001 - Overcoming the Language Gap

Moats, Louisa C.; R. Malatesha Joshi; Rebecca Treiman; and Suzanne Carrecker
Winter 2008-2009 - How Words Cast Their Spell
Winter 2008-2009 - The Real Magic of Spelling: Improving Reading and Writing

Moye, Leslie; Ann Duffett; Jean Johnson; and Jackie Vine
Summer 2003 - Now That I'm Here

Mulgrew, Michael
Fall 2014 - The Professional Educator

Munson, Lynne; and Laura Bornfreund
Spring 2010 - What Does—and What Should—P21 Advocate?

Muscara, Carol; and Ellen Ficklen
Fall 2001 - Going on a Webquest
Fall 2001 - Harnessing Technology in the Classroom
Fall 2001 - Tips from the Trenches
Fall 2001 - Ways to Get Started Using Technology with Your Students

Myers, Perla; Patsy Wang-Iverson; and Edmund Lim, W.K.
Winter 2009-2010 - Beyond Singapore's Mathematics Textbooks

N

Nafisi, Azar
Fall 2003 - Reading Lolita in Tehran
Fall 2004 - Women's Rights—Not Just for Westerners

Nash, Gary B.
Fall 2005 - Independence Hall

Neill, Nancy Rae; Diane Ravitch; Marilyn Jager Adams; Wiley Blevins; and Linda K. Rath
Spring 2001 - A Tribute to Jeanne Chall

Nelson, Howard
Winter 2006-2007 - Recognize the Real Cause

Neuman, Susan B.
Spring 2006 - How We Neglect Knowledge—and Why
Fall 2010 - Sparks Fade, Knowledge Stays

Neuman, Susan B.; and Donna C. Celano
Fall 2012 - Dan, the "Science in the Summer" Man
Fall 2012 - Don't Level the Playing Field: Tip It Toward the Underdogs
Fall 2012 - Worlds Apart

Neuman, Susan B.; and Tanya S. Wright
Spring 2009 - Purposeful, Playful Pre-K
Summer 2014 - Evidence of Student Learning
Summer 2014 - The Magic of Words

Nevarez, Nancy; Lynn W. Gregory; and Alexandra T. Weinbaum
Winter 2006-2007 - Cultivate the Right Solution

Newcombe, Nora S.
Summer 2010 - Picture This
Spring 2013 - Seeing Relationships

Nisbett, Richard E.
Spring 2013 - Schooling Makes You Smarter
Spring 2013 - Self-Regulation and Schooling

Nnoka, Barbara Grant
Fall 2001 - Oliver Goldsmith Comes to Nigeria

Nodine, Thad R.
Fall 2011 - Hidalgo Sets Sail

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Paglin, Catherine
Fall 2004 - Practicing Prevention

Parker, David L.
Spring 2008 - Before Their Time

Payne, Charles M.
Spring 2011 - Demanding and Supporting Success

Pearson, Sarah S.; Marty Blank; and Reuben Jacobson
Summer 2009 - A Coordinated Effort

Perlstein, Linda
Summer 2010 - Unintended Consequences

Perrin, Noel
Winter 2007-2008 - A Child's Delight

Peske, Heather G.; David Kauffman; Susan Moore Johnson; Susan M. Kardos; and Edward Liu
Summer 2002 - Lost at Sea

Phillips, Meredith; and Tiffani Chin
Summer 2005 - Season of Inequality

Phillips, Vicki; and Randi Weingarten
Summer 2013 - The Professional Educator

Pickard, Patricia R.
Spring 2006 - Conjuring Willa Cather

Pickett, Kate; and Richard Wilkinson
Spring 2011 - Greater Equality

Plutzer, Eric; and Michael Berkman
Summer 2012 - An Evolving Controversy

Prince, Cynthia D.
Winter 2002 - Attracting Well-Qualified Teachers to Struggling Schools

Puckett, John; Lee Benson; Ira Harkavy; and Michael Johanek
Summer 2009 - The Enduring Appeal of Community Schools

Puddington, Arch
Fall 2003 - Freedom's Opposite
Summer 2005 - Surviving the Underground
Summer 2008 - Freedom in Retreat

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Quinn, Jane; and Joy Dryfoos
Summer 2009 - Freeing Teachers to Teach

R

Ramsey, Elizabeth; Hill M. Walker; and Frank M. Gresham
Winter 2003-2004 - Dealing with Jimmy the "Terror"—How an Intensive Intervention Works
Winter 2003-2004 - Good Behavior Needs to Be Taught
Winter 2003-2004 - Heading Off Disruptive Behavior
Winter 2003-2004 - How Disruptive Students Escalate Hostility and Disorder—and How Teachers Can Avoid It
Winter 2003-2004 - Prevention Begins with Screening

Rath, Linda K.; Diane Ravitch; Marilyn Jager Adams; Nancy Rae Neill; and Wiley Blevins
Spring 2001 - A Tribute to Jeanne Chall

Ravitch, Diane
Summer 2003 - Thin Gruel
Fall 2003 - Leaving Reality Out
Winter 2006-2007 - Why Teacher Unions Are Good for Teachers—and the Public
Spring 2010 - A Century of Skills Movements
Summer 2010 - In Need of a Renaissance
Summer 2010 - More Choices, Higher Scores, and Worse Education

Ravitch, Diane; Marilyn Jager Adams; Nancy Rae Neill; Wiley Blevins; and Linda K. Rath
Spring 2001 - A Tribute to Jeanne Chall

Resnick, Lauren; and Chris Zurawsky
Spring 2005 - Getting Back on Course

Rickenbrode, Robert; and Kate Walsh
Summer 2013 - Lighting the Way

Riley, Richard W.; and Arthur L. Coleman
Spring 2011 - Turning the Page on the Equity Debate

Risley, Todd R.; and Betty Hart
Spring 2003 - The Early Catastrophe

Robert J. Cottrol, Raymond T. Diamond, and Leland B. Ware
Summer 2004 - NAACP v. Jim Crow
Summer 2004 - The Decline of the Idea of Caste

Roberts, Ebony M.; Nell K. Duke; and V. Susan Bennett-Armistead
Spring 2003 - Filling the Great Void

Rose, Mike
Fall 2014 - Not Your Father’s Shop Class

Rosenbaum, James E.
Spring 2004 - All Good Jobs Don't Require a College Degree...
Spring 2004 - It's Time to Tell the Kids: If You Don't Do Well in High School, You Won't Do Well in College (or on the Job)

Rosenbaum, James E.; and Kelly Iwanaga Becker
Fall 2011 - The Early College Challenge

Rosenbaum, James E.; Jennifer L. Stephan; and Janet E. Rosenbaum
Fall 2010 - Beyond One-Size-Fits-All College Dreams

Rosenbaum, Janet E.; James E. Rosenbaum; and Jennifer L. Stephan
Fall 2010 - Beyond One-Size-Fits-All College Dreams

Rosenfeld, Neill S.
Winter 2006-2007 - Nurturing Teacher Knowledge

Rosenshine, Barak
Spring 2012 - Principles of Instruction

Rotherham, Andrew J.; and Daniel T. Willingham
Spring 2010 - "21st-Century" Skills

Rothman, Robert
Summer 2002 - A Test Worth Teaching To

Rothstein, Richard
Spring 2009 - What's Wrong with Accountability by the Numbers?
Summer 2009 - Equalizing Opportunity

Rothstein, Richard; Rebecca Jacobsen; and Tamara Wilder
Spring 2009 - Grading Education

Rubinstein, Saul A.
Winter 2013–2014 - Strengthening Partnerships

Rude, Ron
Spring 2002 - The Road to Interest and Curiosity

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Sahlberg, Pasi
Summer 2011 - The Professional Educator
Spring 2012 - A Model Lesson

Sarjala, Jukka
Spring 2013 - Equality and Cooperation

Saunders, William; Claude Goldenberg; and David Marcelletti
Summer 2013 - English Language Development

Schmidt, William H.
Spring 2008 - What's Missing from Math Standards?

Schmidt, William H.; and Nathan A. Burroughs
Spring 2013 - Springing to Life

Schmidt, William H.; Leland S. Cogan; and Curtis C. McKnight
Winter 2010-2011 - Equality of Educational Opportunity

Schmitz, Terri
Summer 2004 - Magic Casements

Schreibman, Laura
Summer 2006 - Alone in the World
Summer 2006 - Is Autism on the Rise

Schreibman, Laura; and Aubyn Stahmer
Summer 2006 - Educating Autistic Children

Schwartz, Andrea Wershof; Kevin M. Chatham-Stephens; Mana Mann; and Philip J. Landrigan
Winter 2011–2012 - First, Do No Harm

Schwartz, Robert B.
Fall 2014 - The Pursuit of Pathways

Semi, Ritva
Spring 2013 - Common Ground on Class Size

Senechal, Diana
Spring 2010 - The Most Daring Education Reform of All
Winter 2010-2011 - The Spark of Specifics
Winter 2011–2012 - Republic of Noise
Winter 2011–2012 - The Cult of Success
Winter 2011–2012 - The Practice of Solitude
Winter 2012–2013 - The Folly of the Big Idea

Senser, Robert A.
Winter 2002 - Toying with Lives
Winter 2002 - Worker Protests Spread, Despite Repression and "Official Unions"

Sewall, Gilbert T.
Summer 2000 - Lost In Action
Fall 2007 - Plutarch for the Sound-Bite Generation
Fall 2007 - Teaching Plutarch in the Age of Hollywood

Shanahan, Timothy
Fall 2013 - Letting the Text Take Center Stage

Shattuck, Roger
Spring 2005 - Curriculum First

Silverman, Steve
Winter 2003-2004 - Mayday at 41,000 Feet—Watch Those Units!

Singer, P. W.
Winter 2005-2006 - Why Now?

Stahl, Steven A.
Fall 1999 - Different Strokes for Different Folks?
Spring 2003 - How Words Are Learned Incrementally Over Multiple Exposures

Stahmer, Aubyn; and Laura Schreibman
Summer 2006 - Educating Autistic Children

Stanovich, Keith E.; and Anne E. Cunningham
Spring/Summer 1998 - What Reading Does for the Mind

Stead, Tony
Fall 2005 - Opening the Door to a World of Possibilities

Stephan, Jennifer L.; James E. Rosenbaum; and Janet E. Rosenbaum
Fall 2010 - Beyond One-Size-Fits-All College Dreams

Steve Farkas and Jean Johnson
Fall 1998 - Looking at the Schools

Sticht, Thomas G.
Fall 2000 - Swords and Pens
Fall 2011 - Getting It Right from the Start

Stigler, James W.; James Hiebert; and Ronald Gallimore
Spring 2004 - Opening Classroom Doors

Stone III, James R.
Fall 2014 - More Than One Way

Sullivan, Megan; and Steve Metz
Winter 2006-2007 - Science Careers for the "Why Take Science?" Crowd

Swaim, Marty Shollenberger; and Stephen C. Swaim
Fall 1999 - Teacher Time

Swaim, Stephen C.; and Marty Shollenberger Swaim
Fall 1999 - Teacher Time

Sweller, John; Richard E. Clark; and Paul A. Kirschner
Spring 2012 - Putting Students on the Path to Learning

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Teacher, Second-Year
Spring 2008 - There's a Hole in State Standards

Theokas, Christina; and Karin Chenoweth
Fall 2012 - The Professional Educator
Fall 2012 - Want to Improve Teaching? Create Collaborative, Supportive Schools

Torgesen, Joseph K.
Spring/Summer 1998 - Catch Them Before They Fall
Fall 2004 - Avoiding the Devastating Downward Spiral

Treiman, Rebecca; R. Malatesha Joshi; Suzanne Carrecker; and Louisa C. Moats
Winter 2008-2009 - How Words Cast Their Spell
Winter 2008-2009 - The Real Magic of Spelling: Improving Reading and Writing

Tudge, Colin
Winter 2001 - Why Science Should Warm Our Hearts

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No authors

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Valli, Linda; Robert G. Croninger; and Kirk Walters
Fall 2008 - Teacher, Mentor, Tutor, Specialist

Van Dover, Cindy Lee
Winter 2007-2008 - The Exploration of the Deep

Vine, Jackie; Ann Duffett; Jean Johnson; and Leslie Moye
Summer 2003 - Now That I'm Here

W

Waddell, Andy
Summer 2011 - Why I Force My Students to Memorize Poetry
Spring 2012 - I'll Never Forget Mr. White
Summer 2014 - Writing about Writing

Walker, Hill M.; Elizabeth Ramsey; and Frank M. Gresham
Winter 2003-2004 - Dealing with Jimmy the "Terror"—How an Intensive Intervention Works
Winter 2003-2004 - Good Behavior Needs to Be Taught
Winter 2003-2004 - Heading Off Disruptive Behavior
Winter 2003-2004 - How Disruptive Students Escalate Hostility and Disorder—and How Teachers Can Avoid It
Winter 2003-2004 - Prevention Begins with Screening

Walsh, Kate
Spring 2003 - Basal Readers

Walsh, Kate; and Robert Rickenbrode
Summer 2013 - Lighting the Way

Walters, Kirk; Linda Valli; and Robert G. Croninger
Fall 2008 - Teacher, Mentor, Tutor, Specialist

Waltman, Rachel
Winter 2011–2012 - Young Hickory: The Life and Presidency of James Knox Polk

Wang-Iverson, Patsy; Perla Myers; and Edmund Lim, W.K.
Winter 2009-2010 - Beyond Singapore's Mathematics Textbooks

Ward, Geoffrey; Ken Burns; and Dayton Duncan
Fall 2002 - The Life That Shaped Mark Twain's Anti-Slavery Views

Wattenberg, Ruth
Summer 2014 - Content on the Cutting-Room Floor

Weinbaum, Alexandra T.; Lynn W. Gregory; and Nancy Nevarez
Winter 2006-2007 - Cultivate the Right Solution

Weingarten, Randi
Spring 2010 - The Professional Educator
Winter 2013–2014 - Where We Stand
Fall 2014 - Where We Stand

Weingarten, Randi; and Vicki Phillips
Summer 2013 - The Professional Educator

Welsh, Patrick
Fall 2002 - Opening Minds

Whitehurst, Grover J. Russ
Fall 2010 - Higher Education and the Economy

Whittaker, Anne Marie
Summer 2007 - A Place for Poetry

Widder , Edith
Winter 2007-2008 - Living Lights in the Sea

Widmer, Ted
Winter 2007-2008 - Navigating the Age of Exploration

Wiener, Ross; and Kasia Lundy
Spring 2014 - Survey Says

Wilder, Tamara; Richard Rothstein; and Rebecca Jacobsen
Spring 2009 - Grading Education

Wilkinson, Richard; and Kate Pickett
Spring 2011 - Greater Equality

Willingham, Daniel T.
Winter 2002 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist
Summer 2003 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist
Winter 2003-2004 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist
Winter 2003-2004 - How to Help Students See When Their Knowledge Is Superficial or Incomplete
Spring 2004 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist
Summer 2005 - How Has Modality Theory Been Tested?
Summer 2005 - The Content's Best Modality Is Key
Winter 2005-2006 - Examples of Constructive Praise and Encouraging Comments
Spring 2006 - How Knowledge Helps
Spring 2006 - Knowledge in the Classroom
Fall 2006 - How Neuroscience Could Help...
Winter 2006-2007 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist
Summer 2007 - Critical Thinking
Summer 2007 - You Probably Solved the Puzzle Based on Hansel and Gretel—Now Try This One Based on Chao Chong
Summer 2008 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist
Winter 2008-2009 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist
Winter 2008-2009 - Classroom Demonstrations of the Three Principles of Memory
Spring 2009 - Can We Make School More Enjoyable—and Effective—for "Slow" Students Too?
Spring 2009 - How Can Learning Facts Make Thinking More Enjoyable—and More Effective?
Spring 2009 - Why Don't Students Like School?
Winter 2009-2010 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist
Summer 2010 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist
Summer 2011 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist
Spring 2012 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist
Fall 2012 - Measured Approach or Magical Elixir?
Winter 2012–2013 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist

Willingham, Daniel T.; and Sian L. Beilock
Summer 2014 - Ask the Cognitive Scientist

Willingham, Daniel T.; and Andrew J. Rotherham
Spring 2010 - "21st-Century" Skills

Wilson, Richard
Spring 2007 - Every Day Low Prices ... and Wages

Wilson, William Julius
Spring 2011 - Being Poor, Black, and American

Wilson , Richard
Spring 2007 - How Wal-Mart Is (Mis)Shaping the Global Economy

Wineburg, Sam
Winter 2012–2013 - Undue Certainty

Winn, Marie
Summer 2002 - What TV Chases Out of the Classroom

Wohl, Alexander
Fall 2001 - The School Marketplace

Wright, Tanya S.; and Susan B. Neuman
Spring 2009 - Purposeful, Playful Pre-K
Summer 2014 - Evidence of Student Learning
Summer 2014 - The Magic of Words

Wu, Hung-Hsi
Fall 1999 - Basic Skills versus Conceptual Understanding
Summer 2001 - How to Prepare Students for Algebra
Fall 2009 - Defining Fractions
Fall 2009 - Teaching the Standard Algorithms
Fall 2009 - Understanding Place Value
Fall 2009 - What's Sophisticated about Elementary Mathematics?
Fall 2011 - A University-Level Look at Adding Fractions and Multiplying Negative Numbers
Fall 2011 - Phoenix Rising
Fall 2011 - The Fundamental Principles of Mathematics
Fall 2011 - Understanding Numbers in Elementary School Mathematics

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No authors

Y

Young, Craig M.
Winter 2007-2008 - The Deep Seafloor: A Desert Devoid of Life?

Z

Zurawsky, Chris; and Lauren Resnick
Spring 2005 - Getting Back on Course

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