Why Race and Culture Matter in Schools: Closing the Achievement Gap in America's Classrooms, Second Edition
SLACK Incorporated’s Evidence-Based Instruction in Special Education is a new series of concise, practical textbooks that translate cutting-edge theory into practice. Books in this series will be designed to be required textbooks for university special education teacher education programs and can be used by bachelor’s and master’s level students.
Given the practical and accessible quality of the texts, the potential market also includes practicing general education teachers in inclusive classrooms, administrators, and multi-disciplinary team members. Books in the series would also be ideal
Winston Preparatory School is a network of campuses offering students with learning differences a highly individualized, holistic, and responsive education. Our unique model serves students through grades 4 to 12, along with a multifaceted gap year program for students who are not yet ready for college or the workplace. At Winston Prep, faculty carry out ongoing, in-depth assessments to cultivate a deep understanding of students, helping them to advance at a meaningful pace and giving them the tools to continue independently learning and growing. All of our campuses provide intense skill