On June 25, 2014, editors Dr. Angela Long and Dr. Christopher M. Mullin along with contributors, Dr. Margaret Becker Patterson and Dr. Wei Song, will be signing copies of their new book, America’s Forgotten Student Population.
This new book sheds light on a critical yet overlooked topic of the 21st century: the high dropout rate of GED certificate holders entering the postsecondary educational system in America. America’s Forgotten Student Population serves as a comprehensive resource for administrators, educational policy makers and researchers, offering both broad policy recommendations and tested ideas and models that can be implemented at the state and institutional level.
Who: On site interviews available upon request with Dr. Angela Long, Christopher M. Mullin, Margaret Becker Patterson and Wei Song.
When: Wednesday, June 25, 2014
4pm – 7pm
Where: Carpe Librum
1030 17th St. NW
Washington, DC 20036
Contact: RSVP to Shaqunia Clark
Marketing & Publicity Manager
703-996-1039 or email@example.com
Things to Remember: In support of the Carpe Librum bookstore and Turning the Page organization, we ask that all attendees bring a gently used book as a donation. **Light Refreshments will be provided**
About Stylus Publishing
Stylus publishes books and journals that focus on higher education, and books on inclusive teaching in K-12. Our higher education program covers such areas as teaching and learning, service learning, assessment, online learning, racial diversity on campus, women’s issues, student affairs, doctoral education, and leadership and administration.
About Carpe Librum
Carpe Librum is a nonprofit used bookstore in downtown Washington, D.C. With a constantly evolving inventory of thousands of gently used books, CDs & DVDs in dozens of categories there is truly something for everyone. Proceeds benefit D.C. education nonprofit , whose parent engagement programs in D.C. public school communities support strong learning environments both in the classroom and at home.
About Turning the Page
Turning the Page engages parents in D.C. public schools to become more active and effective participants in their children’s education. TTP helps parents become better educators of their children at home and advocates for their children’s education in school. TTP also connects teachers with community resources for their classrooms.
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