Our sole intention is to go forward with a new power and fresh temper on every day to come. Our next target is to compile all the textbooks that are essential for every subject electronically and to upload them to this website.
It should be mentioned that we who work according to the theme of ‘handing a qualitatively good book to students in time’ have been able to fulfil our aims during the past few years.
Chock full of provocative data, analysis, and lessons from the field, our publications aim to get to the core of closing gaps in opportunity and achievement. By exploring practices and policies that work and identifying those that don’t, we aim to provide the information and tools necessary to advance educational justice.
Our publications are intended for educators, advocates, lawmakers, and parents. Use the links below to sort by issue areas or the search bar to explore topics you don’t see here.
ED publications are available throughout our website. New or recent publications may be ordered through ED Pubs. Older and out-of-print publications may be found in ED Publications in ERIC.
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This page collates every press article written by Ross Morrison McGill.
Since then, my writing has evolved and my audience has grown to 12+ million readers across the world.
The following are resources available free of charge from Parkinson Canada. You may also request copies through [email protected], 1-800-565-3000, or by contacting your local Parkinson Canada office. Your local office will also have books, videos and other resources on a variety of topics related to Parkinson’s.
Parkinson Canada provides a broad range of materials to help individuals, families and health professionals learn about Parkinson’s, a complex neurodegenerative disease. Whether you are newly diagnosed or have been living with Parkinson’s for some time, we hope our ‘Resources’ page helps make the journey a little easier. We’ve organized a wealth of resources into smaller, more easily-digestible segments that are explained below. If you don’t find what you are searching for, contact [email protected]
Most of our publications may be downloaded using Adobe Acrobat Reader. You may also order copies of materials by check, payable to American Federation of Teachers and mail to: AFT Order Department, 555 New Jersey Ave. N.W., Washington, DC 20001. Shipping and handling costs are included.
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