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Recommended Reading From K-12 Parents and the Public

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Michele Molnar, of Education Week's K-12 Parents and the Public blog, has polled parents and parent-engagement experts on which books they'd recommend for a summer reading list on how to improve public schools. If you're interested in brushing up on—or learning more about—methods of improving local schools, you should definitely take a look at the resulting list.

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