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All books written by Philip Howard deserve to be read and deserve 5 stars. Congress decrys the problems we have but denies their role in creating them.Published 8 months ago by Owen H. Lucas Jr.
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Well written and researched book! All educators should read this book. Education is in serious trouble in the U.S.! Thanks lawyers!Published on June 1, 2013 by Myron Phillips