Engages with a collection of the experiences of Black people at elite universities that span half a century, reflecting differences in class, gender and national identifications among Black scholars. 215 pp.
Examines how high schools structure different pathways that lead to very different college destinations based on race and class. 204 pp.
Provides examples, activities and support for integrating and aligning feedback instruction, demonstrating the importance of putting the adult learner, as the feedback recipient, at the center of every feedback opportunity. 323 pp.
In The Slow Professor, Maggie Berg and Barbara K. Seeber discuss how adopting the principles of the Slow movement in academic life can counter the erosion of humanistic education. 115 pp.
Through stories of her work with families, the author shows parents how making critical mindshifts—seeing their children's behaviors through a new lens—empowers them to solve their most vexing childrearing challenges. 203 pp.