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I knew inequality existed in our public schools before I read Kozol's book.
How anyone can read this book with an open mind, and not be completely sick about the society they live in is far beyond my cognitive ability.
I had to read this book for Sociology 100 my freshman year of college, and it is phenomenal.
A book that is still relevant today about the issue of rampant racial isolation within schools and communities.Published 12 days ago by Tricia Herbert
I was assigned to read this book for collage , I wasn't interested at forest because it seemed boring but after reading it , it really is a great storyPublished 1 month ago by Laura
There is certainly an undeniable injustice afflicting children in this country. Minorities were the focus of this book and there is no doubt the inequities discussed exist. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joseph Iacovino
I had to purchase this book for a college class. The writing is meant for someone with a Ph D in psychology, not for an ordinary reader, even a college student in their third and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Angie Warren
I should have known better, given the source who recommended this book to me. Seems like he, and the author, are people who want to live in a state of perpetual discontent. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Paul J. Ketchum
Bought this for a college course I am taking and it downloaded quickly. As for the contact inside, I cannot say yet because I have yet to start this class but the product came (to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by gortiz829
Kozol shows up both political parties as clueless about what makes for a good education. He sees the big picture but never loses track of the effects of crap education on innocent... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mark Segall