Innovators in Education
As editor of Heinemann's Innovators in Education series, I wrote forewords to books by some of education's most daring thinkers and writers.
Read the forewords to
Freedom and Beyond by John Holt
What Do I Do Monday? by John Holt
The Naked Children by Daniel Fader
Uptaught by Ken Macrorie
The Way It Spozed to Be by James Herndon
How to Survive in Your Native Land by James Herndon
Reading, How To by Herbert Kohl
The Question is College by Herbert Kohl
The Lives of Children by George Dennison
A Sense of Self: Listening to Homeschooled Adolescent Girls (book published by Heinemann-Boynton/Cook, 1995)
Columns from Daughters magazine and New Moon Network: For Adults Who Care About Girls:
"I Thought You Knew"
"When 'Sexy' is What She's Trying For"
"When Her Behavior Doesn't Make Sense"
"The Good in Girls' Friendships"
Eating Disorders: Cracking the Code (Interview with Steven Levenkron)
"The Courage to Act" (review of Sounds from the Heart: Learning to Listen to Girls)
Reading & Writing
"Finding Grief: Using fiction-writing to communicate experience after the death of a loved one," published in the International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work
"An Adult Reads Chris Crutcher," published in The ALAN Review
"When Children Know Best" (review of Herbert Kohl's I Won't Learn From You!), published in The Progressive
"Breaking the Rules: A Defense of A Wrinkle in Time," published in Censored Books II: Critical Viewpoints
Writing Because We Love To (book published by Heinemann-Boynton/Cook, 1992)
"The Apprenticeship Model: What We Can Learn from Gareth Matthews," published in Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children