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Taking Action with Teacher Research
Edited by Frances Rust and Ellen Meyers (Heinemann, 2003)
Frances Rust, a professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning, and Ellen Meyers, a nonprofit education organization, present essays about teacher research in action. The studies in the book are part of the work of the Teachers Network Policy Institute, whose mission is to give teachers an active voice in education policy making.

"When teachers consider themselves to be researchers, not just consumers of research, they are exercising leadership. And when teachers form networks to share their knowledge, they are breaking down the obstacles that have thwarted their leadership for so many decades," writes Adam Urbanski, the director of the Teacher Union Reform Network, in the book's introduction. Rust and Meyer's book contains rich examples of teacher research in action.

Ellen Meyers, left, and Frances Rust, right.

 

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