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Teachers College Press publishes works at the cutting edge of theory, research, and practice in education – in areas such as multicultural education, literacy, social justice education, educational policy, equity pedagogy, professional development, urban education, counseling, special education, and curriculum. Visit our website tcpress.com for many titles of interest, including our new release title Lamboozled! The Media Literacy Card Game, which helps teens spot misinformation online.
Teachers transform lives. Bread Loaf transforms teachers. As the largest residential master’s school in English in the country, Bread Loaf brings together approximately 400 students at our campuses each summer for intensive coursework in literature, pedagogy, creative writing, and theater arts. Students can attend for one session or earn a master’s degree over four or five summers. Our students share an impassioned interest in reading, writing, and the power of words to change the world. They emerge from Bread Loaf revitalized and ready to read, write, perform, teach, and interpret in revolutionary ways.
The Five College Center for East Asian Studies (FCCEAS) supports, encourages, and improves the teaching of East Asia in elementary, middle, and high schools in the Northeast. The Center maintains a Resource Library, publishes a weekly e-bulletin, and conducts seminars, institutes, conferences, and workshops for K-12 educators. FCCEAS is one of seven national coordinating sites for the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA), which is funded by the Freeman Foundation. For more information on our programs, go to www.fivecolleges.edu or nctasia.org. FCCEAS also sponsors the annual Freeman Book Awards for new young adult and children's literature, which recognizes quality books that contribute meaningfully to an understanding of East and Southeast Asia.