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The Review is the annual education and parenting journal of the Parents League of New York. Authors whose articles have been featured in past issues include Carol Dweck, Jane Goodall, Ned Hallowell, Jane Healy, Wynton Marsalis, Wendy Mogel, Sandra Day O'Connor, Michael Thompson and Alice Waters, in addition to heads of member schools, teachers, and parenting professionals.

The Review is distributed each year in January to Parents League member families and schools and is available for purchase.

Selected articles from past editions of the Review can be found on the Parents League Blog and in our list of Selected Articles from the archives of the Review.

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by ANNIE MURPHY PAUL, Writer

In “Thirteen Ways of Looking At A Blackbird,” poet Wallace Stevens takes something familiar—an ordinary blackbird—and by looking at it from many different perspectives, makes us think about it in new ways.

by PILAR CABEZA DE VACA, Head of School, The Madeira School

There is much talk in the education arena about disruptive innovation. Due to technology, examples of disruption to the status quo abound in the world around us. Just look at what has happened in the music industry when streaming made records and CDs obsolete, in higher education with the advent of MOOCs, in the movie industry with Netflix.