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Encyclopedia of Gangs
(Greenwood Press, 2007) Read more
American Public Education Law
(Peter Lang, 2007) Read more
Helen L. Johnson and Arthur Salz, eds.
What is Authentic Educational Reform: Pushing Against the Compassionate Conservative Agenda
(Routledge, 2007; paperback, 2008)
Challenging the... Read more
Three noted scholars have been appointed to the faculty of The Graduate Center, City University of New York, effective in September.
Radical Possiblilities: Public Policy, Urban Education, and a New Social Movement (Routledge, 2005; 240 pp.) Read more
How Class Works: Power and Social Movement
(Yale University Press, 2003)