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Oct 18, 2013I Am Malala, debuting at No. 3, is the memoir of Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai.
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Oct 15, 2013 — A year after she was shot in the head by the Taliban, Malala Yousafzai was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Malala, and her father Ziauddin Yousafzai, talk with host Michel Martin about their hope for Pakistan's future.
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Sep 12, 2013 — Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan puts forth his prescription for America's educational system in I Got Schooled. Reviewer John Wilwol says it's a "breezily written, research driven" book that debunks common myths about education in Shyamalan's distinctive — if flawed — voice.
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Jul 29, 2013 — Journalist Alison Stewart chronicles the history of Dunbar High School in her new book, First Class. She says the Washington, D.C., school — which has graduated Army generals, Cabinet members and musicians — can serve as a model for urban schools today.
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Sep 4, 2012 — Kopano Matlwa's provocative novel focuses on the "Born Free" generation — those who came of age in the post-apartheid era. The author speaks to Tell Me More as part of its look at literature from nations on the rise: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
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May 3, 2012 — In Nothing Daunted, two women leave New York to teach school in Colorado's wild frontier.
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Mar 11, 2012 — Sears, Roebuck President Julius Rosenwald and civil rights leader Booker T. Washington got together to help build of thousands of schoolhouses for black children in the segregated South. Author Stephanie Deutsch tells the story of their friendship in You Need a Schoolhouse.
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Aug 25, 2011 — When it comes to choosing a school for your child, the variables seem endless — from class size to teaching style and curriculum. There are bound to be questions. Education journalist Peg Tyre answers these questions in her new book, The Good School: How Smart Parents Get Their Kids the Education They Deserve.
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Jul 27, 2011 — In the summer of 1916, Dorothy Woodruff and Rosamond Underwood left their tradition-bound lives in Auburn, N.Y., to teach on the Colorado frontier. Woodruff's granddaughter, Dorothy Wickenden, pieces together their story in Nothing Daunted, which enjoys its second week on the list.
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Jul 24, 2011 — In 1916, best friends Dorothy Woodruff and Rosamond Underwood left the comfort of New York society for a pioneer settlement in Colorado. Woodruff's granddaughter, Dorothy Wickenden, tells the story of their adventure in Nothing Daunted.
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