Comic Book Project
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The Comic Book Project is a national comic-based afterschool program. It was founded by Michael Bitz, Ed.D., while at Teachers College at Columbia University. It is currently maintained by the Center for Educational Pathways.
- Bitz, Michael. When Commas Meet Kryptonite: Classroom Lessons from the Comic Book Project. Teachers College Press. April 2010.
- Bitz, Michael. Manga High: Literacy, Identity, and Coming of Age in an Urban High School. Harvard Education Press. May 2009.
- Bitz, M. (2004). The Comic Book Project: Forging Alternative Pathways to Literacy. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 47 (7), 574-588.
- Bitz, M. (2004). The Comic Book Project: The Lives of Urban Youth. Art Education, 57 (2), 33-39.
- The New York Times "Comics in the Classroom" 1/03/08 http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/03/opinion/03thu4.html
- The Washington Post "Thinking Outside the Box, Inside the Panel" 6/15/04 http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A41684-2004Jun14.html
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