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Civil Rights in New York City: From World War II to the Giuliani Era
(Fordham University Press, 2010)
Growing Gaps: Educational Inequality around the World
(Oxford University Press, 2010)
The New Cambridge History of Islam, vol. 1
(Cambridge University Press, 2010)
Educating Emergent Bilinguals: Policies, Programs, and Practices for English Language Learners
(Teachers College Press, 2010)
Handbook of Research in the Social Foundations of Education
Modern Migrations: Gujarati Indian Networks in New York and London
(Stanford University Press, 2010)
Unauthorized Voices: Essays on Poets and Poetry, 1987–2009
(University of Michigan Press, 2010)
Political Agendas for Education: From Change We Can Believe In to Putting America First, 4th ed.
Saints and Scamps: Ethics in Academia, 25th anniversary edition
(Rowman & Littlefield, 2010)
A History of Western Art, 5th ed.
(McGraw-Hill, 1994, 2010)