The peer-reviewed book, The Nexus of Teaching and Demographics: Context and Connections from Colonial Times to Today, by Boyd L. Bradbury, Department of Leadership and Learning, was released last week by Rowman & Littlefield (Lexington Books). The Nexus of Teaching and Demographics: Context and Connections from Colonial Times to Today provides an overview of the evolution of education in the United States within the context of teacher preparation and demographics. Dr. Bradbury argues that the key to equitable education for all, including marginalized and underserved populations, is the nexus of teaching and demographics. Bradbury examines the history of education in the U.S.; the relationship between minorities and education; the current state of teacher preparation, supply, and demand; and the potential impact pedagogical dissonance, resilience, and best practices can have on diverse educational settings.