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Books

Books By Deborah Meier

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(2017) (with Emily Gasoi) These Schools Belong to You and Me. Why We Can’t Afford to Abandon Our Public Schools. Beacon Press.

(2017) (with Matthew Knoester). Beyond testing: Seven assessments of students and schools more effective than standardized tests. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

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(2015) (with Matthew Knoester, & Katherine Clunis D’Andrea, editors) Teaching in Themes: An Approach to Schoolwide Learning, Creating Community, and Differentiating Instruction. New York: Teachers College Press.

Playing For Keeps

(2010) (with Brenda Engel & Beth Taylor). Playing for keeps: Life and learning on a public school playground. New York: Teachers College Press.

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2004) (Edited, with George Woods). Many children left behind: How the No Child Left Behind Act is damaging our children and our schools. Boston: Beacon Press.
Keeping School

(2004) (with Ted & Nancy Sizer). Keeping school: Letters to families from principals of two small schools. Boston: Beacon Press.

In Schools We Trust

(2002). In schools we trust: Creating communities of learning in an era of testing and standardization. Boston: Beacon Press.


Will Standards Save Public Education

(2000). Will standards save public education? Boston: Beacon Press.

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Power of Their Ideas

(1995). The power of their ideas: Lessons for America from a small school in Harlem. Boston: Beacon Press

These books can be found at (depending on Publisher and availability):

Beacon Press

Teachers College Press

Indiebound

Powell’s

Barnes & Noble

Amazon

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