Describes the Statewide Trapping and Relocation Project in Idaho, in which seventy-six beavers were reintroduced to traditional habitats through the non-traditional method of air drops: delivery in wooden boxes attached to parachutes. Also includes an overview of the role beavers play in ecology.
Lillian Dowdell Drakeford
From the Publisher:
"In this unique two-volume work, expert scholars and practitioners examine race and racism in public education, tackling controversial educational issues such as the school-to-prison pipeline, charter schools, school funding, affirmative action, and racialized curircula."
From the AU Library:
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Table of Contents attached below
About the Editor:
This 2-volume book from the Praeger series, Racism in American Institutions, is edited by Dr. Lillian Dowdell Drakeford, a 2010 graduate of the PhD Program in Leadership and Change at Antioch University. A retired educator in from the Dayton [Ohio] Public Schoos, Dr. Drakeford has served as a teacher and administrator. Her dissertation, What's Race Got to Do with It?: A Historical Inquiry into the Impact of Color-blind Reform on Racial Inequality in America's Public Schools is available in open access at the OhioLINK ETD Center, http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=antioch1286127101
Carolyn Kenny; Tina Ngaroimata Fraser; Raquel D, Gutiérrez; Gail Cheney; Michelle Archuleta; and Annette Squetimkin-Anquoe
"Indigenous scholars strive to produce accessible research grounded in the daily lives of Native peoples, research that will improve their communities in meaningful and sustained ways. They also recognize that long-lasting change depends on effective leadership. Living Indigenous Leadership showcases innovative research and leadership practices from diverse nations and tribes in Canada, the United States, and New Zealand. The contributors, all women, use vibrant stories and personal narratives to offer insights into the unique nature of Indigenous leadership. "--Publisher's website.
Dr. Carolyn Kenny is a professor of Human Development and Indigenous Studies in the PhD Program in Leadership & Change at Antioch University.
Students and graduates of the PhD Program in Leadership & Change have contributed chapters in this book:
Raquel D. Gutierrez, Gail Cheney, Annette Squetimkin-Anquoe, Michelle Archuletta
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Organization Development in Health Care :High Impact Practices for a Complex and Changing Environment
Jason A. Wolf, Heather Hanson, and Mark J. Moir
Jeffrey P. Stoneking