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|Introduction: What I Learned in School||p. ix|
|Introductory Remarks at the Grawemeyer Award Ceremony||p. xvii|
|Address at the Grawemeyer Award Ceremony||p. 1|
|Washington Elementary School Maggie's American Dream||p. 23|
|Me, Walter, and America Beyond Black and White||p. 31|
|Three Networks and a Baby Waiting for a Miracle||p. 63|
|So You Want to Work in Schools? Maggie's American Dream||p.... MORE|
|My Work Waiting for a Miracle||p. 95|
|To Leave no Child Behind Leave no Child Behind||p. 127|
|All Our Children Maggie's American Dream||p. 155|
|Questions for Reflection||p. 157|
|Credit Lines||p. 165|
|The Author||p. 167|
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James P. Comer is the Maurice Falk Professor of Child Psychiatry at the Yale University School of Medicine's Child Study Center and founder of the Comer School Development Program. A prolific writer, Dr. Comer is the author of nine books and has written articles for Parents magazine as well as syndicated articles on children's health and development and race relations. In 2007, he received the Grawemeyer Award in education.