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Author: Joel Spring
ISBN: 0738809209
Language: English
Pages: 252 pages
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Publisher: Xlibris Corp; 1 edition (December 26, 1999)
Rating: 4.5
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Joel Spring (born in San Diego, California on September 24, 1940) is an American academic. He writes on American and global educational policy with over twenty books on these topics.

Joel Spring (born in San Diego, California on September 24, 1940) is an American academic. His her was the first Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation in Indian Territory and his grandfather, Joel S. Spring, was a local district chief at the time Indian Territory became Oklahoma.

Joel Spring Joel Spring is a professor at Queens College and the Graduate, City University of New York, whose . He lived for many summers on an island off the coast of Sitka, Alaska. His novel, Alaskan Visions, reflects these Alaskan experiences.

Joel Spring Joel Spring is a professor at Queens College and the Graduate, City University of New York, whose scholarship focuses on educational policy, the politics of education, and educational globalization. Joel Spring is an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation. He is currently writing a novel about racism among Native Americans.

Joel Spring worked as a railroad conductor on the Illinois Central Railroad and for many years lived each summer on an island off the coast of Sitka, Alaska. His novel, Alaskan Visions, includes many of his Alaskan experiences. rnHe received his Doctor of Philosophy in educational policy studies from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Joel Spring’s most popular book is Common Core: A Story of School Terrorism. Alaskan Visions by. Joel Spring.

His novel, "Alaskan Visions," includes many of his Alaskan experiences.

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Joel Spring worked as a railroad conductor on the Illinois Central Railroad and for many years lived each summer on an island off the coast of Sitka, Alaska He received his P. in educational policy studies from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Joel Spring lived for many years on an island off the coast of Sitka, Alaska. His recent novels include An All-American Family, which is about Native Americans, slavery, racism, gay marriage, and hippies, and Common Core: A Story of School Terrorism, a satire about recent school reform

His novel, Alaskan Visions, reflects these Alaskan experiences. His most recent novel about Native, Americans, slavery, racism, gay, marriage, and hippies is An All-American Family

His novel, Alaskan Visions, reflects these Alaskan experiences. His most recent novel about Native, Americans, slavery, racism, gay, marriage, and hippies is An All-American Family.

Opening with the kidnaping of an Alaskan cruise ship passenger by raven- and bear- masked figures in a Tlingit war canoe, the plot, set in the present, entwines the lives of a reclusive island dweller and a prostitute in a psychological thriller that includes Northwest Indian legends, Alaskan tall tales, colorful details of island living, social satire, humor, and suspense.