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  1. Benches in the Bathroom

    Leading a Physically, Emotionally, and Socially Safe School Culture

    Educational leadership can help ensure teachers are at their best by taking steps to create and maintain a safe, comfortable culture for all staff. A leader who’s committed to establishing and maintaining an environment that prioritizes wellness and teacher stress management will find answers in this book.

    $40.95

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  2. Leading Through an Equity Lens

    A Process for Advancing Inclusive District Initiatives

    “The proven process in this book,” says author Kim Wallace, “helps leaders keep their equity lens wide open and zeroed in on serving groups of students that have been denied access to a quality K–12 education by responsibly and responsively infusing new initiatives into their organizations.”

    $40.95

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  3. Acceleration for All

    A How-To Guide for Overcoming Learning Gaps

    Closing achievement gaps is an urgent goal for all schools, not just priority schools. The authors show that remediation is not the answer. Instead, they offer educational strategies for acceleration that will level up learning for all students, as well as a framework for implementing accelerated learning schoolwide.

    $40.95

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  4. Teacher Leaders, Classroom Champions

    How to Influence, Support, and Renew School Communities

    Teacher leadership is not about doing more, it’s about doing what matters most. We can’t put more hours in the school day, but those hours can be used better to achieve goals for schools. The purpose of this book is to provide information that teacher leaders can act on right now.

    $30.95

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  5. Elevate School-Based Professional Learning

    Empower teachers to design, implement, and evaluate their own school-based professional learning to improve collective teacher efficacy and impact student achievement. This book offers tools and strategies for creating effective school professional development that most directly ties to daily application of skills.

    $40.95

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  6. Improbable Probabilities

    The Unlikely Journey of Yong Zhao

    In this instructive title, authors McDiarmid and Zhao showcase the educational experiences of internationally acclaimed educator Yong Zhao: a pioneer of educational equity who has emerged as one of the most respected educators in the world.

    $35.95

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  7. PLCs at Work® and the IB Primary Years Programme

    Optimizing Personalized, Transdisciplinary Learning for All Students

    Discover the possibilities of moving toward a personalized approach to education. In this must-have resource, you’ll learn how the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme and the PLC at Work® process work together to ensure that all students learn at high levels.

    $35.95

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  8. Beyond Self-Care

    Leading a Systemic Approach to Well-Being for Educators

    By: Gail Markin

    Foreword by: Sabre Cherkowski

    Wellness for teachers and support staff means so much more than taking time for self-care. It requires systemwide change supported by leadership. This book provides K–12 administrators with a framework and tools to address the stress that impacts daily life for the majority of educators.

    $35.95

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  9. Watch, Listen, Ask, Learn

    How School Leaders Can Create an Inclusive Environment for Students With Disabilities

    Whether you’re a superintendent or general education teacher leader, you can use this book to support inclusive education. Author Belinda Dunnick Karge offers research-based practices for implementing effective learning services based on sound knowledge of law and multitiered systems of supports (MTSS).

    $40.95

    Paperback

  10. Simply Instructional Coaching

    Questions Asked and Answered From the Field, Revised Edition

    The role of an instructional coach is fundamental. The personalized, job-embedded professional development, instructional strategies, and targeted feedback you give to teachers helps them hone their craft. Your work impacts student success and school improvement. If you’ve got questions, this guidebook is for you.

    $40.95

    Paperback

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