for Educational Renewal and the Institute for Educational Inquiry have
managed a broad publications program since 1985. The links above or below
can get you to each type of publication that we offer, all of which are
This page provides a listing of books, new and old, published about our
work by the key people involved, both at the IEI and CER and out in the
NNER settings. Most of the books listed can be ordered directly from the
The Work-in-Progress series was developed early in the work of the Center
to provide an outlet for scholars for thoughtful writing that was not
quite a manuscript but more than an idea. All works-in-progress are available
from the Institute for Educational Inquiry.
The Occasional Papers describe the many facets of the Study of the Education
of Educators and the development of the National Network for Educational
Renewal. Occasional Papers can be ordered from the Center for Educational
This series deals with the practical issues of schoolinghow to develop
a partner school, how to create discretionary time, how to collaborate
within a school culture. Reflections on Practice are available from the
Center for Educational Renewal.
The Institute for Educational Inquiry has created an extensive library
of videotapes featuring leading experts and scholars talking about topics
crucial to educational renewal. Some of the tapes are informal conversations
with our leadership program cohorts. Others are formal panel dialogues
developed during our 1999 In Praise of Education conference. Still others
are carefully prepared, topic-oriented tapes that come with accompanying
discussion guides designed to be used with groups of interested people
in educational seminars.
The CER, IEI, and NNER have long depended on various internal writings
to guide their work. Some of the key documents include the Twenty
Postulates, the Partner School
Compact, and John Goodlad's Education
and Democracy: Advancing the Agenda (an explanation of the Agenda
for Education in a Democracy and the anticipated plan for the future).