Two New Book Lists on Education Policy

BookMarks shares two book lists recently published on Education Week's Opinion blog K-12 Schools Beyond the Rhetoric.


Reading Roundup: Early Reading, Balanced Literacy, and Trigger Warnings

This week's Roundup looks at a new pediatrician policy recommendation on reading, balanced literacy for New York City students, and trigger warnings for college students.


Reading Roundup: Summer Reads for Teachers and YA for Adults

This week's Roundup looks at summer reading books for teachers, and a recent debate over the generation-spanning appeal of young-adult literature.


Student Literacy in Washington Spotlighted in PEN/Faulkner Panel Discussion

A Washington Post book critic and three panelists discuss student literacy within the context of what it means to be the nation's most literate city.


Educators Discuss College Access for Inner-City Students (Part II)

BookMarks interviews Joshua Steckel and Beth Zasloff, authors of Hold Fast to Dreams: A College Guidance Counselor, His Students, and the Vision of a Life Beyond Poverty (The New Press, 2014).


Maya Angelou, Renowned Poet, Dies at 86

Maya Angelou, eminent poet and memoirist, died at age 86.


Educators Discuss College Access for Inner-City Students (Part I)

BookMarks interviews Joshua Steckel and Beth Zasloff, authors of Hold Fast to Dreams: A College Guidance Counselor, His Students, and the Vision of a Life Beyond Poverty (The New Press, 2014).


Friday Reading Roundup: Teen Reading, E-Book Subscriptions, and Diversity

This week's Roundup looks at decreased teen reading, e-book subscription services, and the ongoing discussion over diversity in literature.


Summer Reading Resources for Parents, Educators, and Students

Bookmarks brings together a number of programs, resources, and guidance for parents and educators to encourage student summer reading.


Friday Reading Roundup: Diversity, Censorship, and Libraries

This week's Roundup looks at diversity in the publishing world, censored books, and the value of library visits.


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