In the tradition of Lisa Delpit, Jonathan Kozol, and bell hooks, author Christopher Emdin offers a powerful treatise on creating a respectful and powerful learning environment for marginalized populations. Society, he says, has repeatedly failed to embrace these young people. JD Jackson narrates Emdin's words with such focus that listeners will be all the more keenly drawn to the discussion. Jackson's deep and raspy voice has a gentle tone that makes it sound like the quintessential teacher voice--one that draws attention with kindness and hope and speaks with students, not at them. Author and narrator will strongly connect with educators, who need to think deeply about how to authentically meet the needs of all students. L.E. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine [Published: APRIL 2017]
Digital Download Audible, Inc. 2016
DD ISBN $19.95
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