High Quality

Not all works are created equal, and readers are the ultimate judges of whether a work is of high quality. High-quality works have been consistently rated by readers as being of high or very high quality.
A work is considered high-quality if its readers have consistently given it an average rating of 3.5 or higher (on a 5-point quality scale).

Publications

Democracy and Education
42
Principles of Language Acquisition
231
The EdTech Books User Guide
49
Writing in the Social Sciences
968
Building Democracy for All
39
Advanced Writing
186
Manual de gramática y composición
64