In addition to a wide range of articles, Rethinking Schools has regular columns including:
- Rethinking the Classroom - innovative lesson plans
- Resources - a review of useful classroom materials
- Good Stuff - special resources suggested by educator/author Herbert Kohl
- Annotated Bibliographies on selected topics
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Rethinking Schools is the country's leading grassroots journal for education reform. An independent, quarterly journal, it is written by teachers, parents, and educational activists — people who understand the day-to-day realities of reforming our schools. Every issue is filled with innovative teaching ideas, analyses of important policy issues, and listings of valuable resources.
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