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Eric Toshalis is on the faculty of the Graduate School of Education and Counseling at Lewis & Clark College, USA.
"This text offers a thorough examination of issues related to
students demonstrating challenging behaviors and resistance in
today's school system... Educators, administrators, and ancillary
personnel will find this text extremely insightful and, after
reading it, will perhaps begin a reexamination of current
professional dispositions and practices in working with students
from diverse backgrounds." --G. Moreno, Choice
"Make Me! challenges our views of student resistance and forces us to examine our responses toward it while promising that both teachers and students will be better off for the effort. As educators, we come away knowing that our mission is to change the culture of the school and the classroom, not to attempt to change the student." --Stacie DeFreitas, Teachers College Record
"Make Me! deserves strong consideration by all parties concerned about the education of students from diverse communities...The compelling and thickly descriptive vignettes, coupled with poignant and skillfully related research and practical applications provide future and practicing educators with a strong case for viewing students' resistance as an opportunity to develop more conscientious and equity oriented classrooms." --Matthew J. Moulton, Educational Studies