PRESENTING SUPERB RESEARCH THAT ADVANCES THE FIELD OF EDUCATION

Myers Education Press

Myers Education Press is a new academic press specializing in books, e-books and digital content in the field of education. Working with many of the top names in the field, we present superb research that advances the discipline at a time when it is under attack on many fronts. Most importantly, we are an author-based press, offering you a refreshing, professional experience, whether you’re an author looking to publish a book or a professor looking for a great textbook for your classroom.

Featured Reviews

Early Years and Youth StudiesSeries

Nurture, Care, Respect, and Trust

Transformative Pedagogy Inspired by Janusz Korczak

"In our increasingly diverse and interconnected world, bringing the life and work of Janusz Korczak into the classroom is of vital importance to teachers and students. As we advocate for students' social, emotional, and academic needs, Korczak provides innovative ideas and strategies for developing compassionate and culturally responsive classrooms. After participating in a recent Korczak educators’ workshop, I am now empowered to use his ideas to effectively educate the whole child and promote student agency and self-advocacy."

Ryan Hauck, Director, Global Classroom Program at World Affairs Council, Seattle, WA Social Studies Teacher, Glacier Peak High School, WA

Changing Academia Forever

Black Student Leaders Analyze the Movement They Led

"Changing Academia Forever explains how we in the Black Student Union were able to fundamentally change universities in America. We organized a strike, we worked closely with our communities, and we made a coalition with students of every racial group. This is the kind of organizing we need now to save humanity and the planet."

Danny Glover, American actor, film director, and political activist

Acts of Resistance

Subversive Teaching in the English Language Arts Classroom

“ELA teachers—now more than ever—are faced with awful decisions in the current context of teaching: Should they do what is best for their students or what will allow them to keep working with students? Dyches, Sams, and Boyd emphatically say, “Both” and I agree the way forward in ELA instruction is to be subversive, to be acutely aware of the dominant discourses and work constantly to help students write themselves into the discussions, texts, and narratives of their multi-faceted and complex lives. These editors and authors provide just what the profession needs at just the right time.”

Christian Z. Goering, Ph.D. University of Arkansas Professor, English Education Chair, English Language Arts Teacher Educators

Explorations in Qualitative InquirySeries

Exploring Deleuze's Philosophy of Difference

Applications for Critical Qualitative Research

"By questioning both the object and the subject of teaching, this book challenges us to think in new ways about the processes involved in imparting new knowledge and skills to students. If it refuses to call itself a book in the traditional sense of the word, then it is because it carefully and skillfully sidesteps offering answers and instead, following Deleuze’s great advice, it pursues questions and problems, pushing them to their limits. That limit point, interestingly enough, is revealed as the point where, rather unexpectedly, but entirely convincingly, Deleuze and Derrida meet. The book doesn’t make the mistake of conflating the two, but it does open up a very nice picture of the two shaking hands over the corpse of traditional ways of thinking about language teaching."

Professor Ian Buchanan, Cultural Studies, Indigenous Studies, Science & Technology Studies and Environmental Humanities (Discipline leader), University of Wollongong, Australia

News & Events

25th April 2018 News
MEP author, Christopher Weaver, who co-wrote Writing in Online Courses (January 2018) with fellow MEP author Phoebe Jackson, was recently interviewed on "The Written Word," a podcast created by educational technology company, Turnitin. Christoph...
7th November 2017 News
BOULDER, CO (November 7, 2017) – Teacher Absenteeism in Charter and Traditional Public Schools, authored by David Griffith and published by the Fordham Institute, compares average rates of frequent teacher absence for teachers with and without...