The Virginia and Warren Stone Prize
The Virginia and Warren Stone Prize, established in 1995, is awarded periodically to an Outstanding Book on Education and Society published by Harvard University Press.
The winning books have been works of history, social science, psychology, and pedagogy, and have been intended for academic or general readers. What they have in common is a broad and interdisciplinary scope, an ambitious and subtle synthesis of research, and insistence on the impact of educational tradition and change, from pre-K through professional schools, on contemporary and future society.
|2013||How College Works||Daniel F. Chambliss and Christopher G. Takacs|
|2012||What the Best College Students Do||Ken Bain|
|2008||Learning a New Land: Immigrant Students in American Society||Carola Suárez-Orozco, Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco, and Irina Todorova|
|2006||Learning on the Job: When Business Takes On Public Schools||Steven F. Wilson|
|2004||What the Best College Teachers Do||Ken Bain|
|2002||Reaching Higher: The Power of Expectations in Schooling||Rhona S. Weinstein|
|2001||Making the Most of College: Students Speak Their Minds||Richard J. Light|
|1999||Teaching in America: The Slow Revolution||Gerald Grant and Christine E. Murray|
|1997||The Girl with the Brown Crayon||Vivian Gussin Paley|
|1996||Cultural Psychology: A Once and Future Discipline||Michael Cole|
|1995||Tinkering toward Utopia: A Century of Public School Reform||David Tyack and Larry Cuban|