The editors of American School Board Journal (ASBJ) have compiled their annual list of the top 10 notable books in topics related to K-12 education from the last year in the magazine’s January 2012 issue.
“Our 2011 list reflects books on education that have a major impact on public opinion and are important to school leaders,” said Kathleen Vail, ASBJ’s Managing Editor.
Topping the list is Class Warfare: Inside the Fight to Fix America’s Schools, one of most talked-about education books of the year, which portrays unions as the primary obstacle to school reform.
“Teachers unions continued to take a beating in 2011 in the court of public opinion, and several books on our list certainly reflect their place on the firing line,” Vail said.
Check out the full list at ASBJ.com.