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Michael Sadowski

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Michael Sadowski's interview-based research highlights the voices of adolescents who have traditionally been silenced in schools, communities, and society, particularly LGBTQ and immigrant adolescents. He is the editor of the Youth Development and Education series for Harvard Education Press, and his newest book for the series, Safe Is Not Enough (2016), profiles schools with exemplary programs to meet the needs of LGBTQ youth. His other books include In a Queer Voice: Journeys of Resilience from Adolescence to Adulthood (Temple University Press, 2013), Portraits of Promise: Voices of Successful Immigrant Students (Harvard Education Press, 2013), and the edited book Adolescents at School: Perspectives on Youth, Identity, and Education, now in its second edition (Harvard Education Press, 2008). He is the former editor of the Harvard Education Letter, for which he won the National Press Club award for outstanding newsletter journalism. He has published numerous journal articles about his research as well as op-ed pieces in publications such as The Advocate and Education Week. A former middle and high school teacher in Massachusetts and New York, Michael continues to teach high school-aged students as director of the Bard in Hudson early college program in New York's Hudson Valley.

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