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Ask The Janitor: An Insider's Look at Public School Education in America Paperback – December 6, 2016
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About the Author
Dr. John B. Muciaccia began his teaching career in the Hoboken, New Jersey public school system.After a five-year tenure there, he moved on to the Palisades Park, New Jersey public schools where he taught high school English. He completed his career as the high school vice-principal. At Palisades Park High School Dr. Muciaccia was the founder and sponsor of the FAMOUS PEOPLE PROGRAM, which achieved national recognition on several television programs and was featured in an article in “The New York Times” newspaper. In 2010 he published “Thinking In English” which outlines his unique method of teaching English to foreign-born adults. “Spirit Lives!” was his second book published in 2014 and it explores his life-long interest in the Afterlife. “Ask The Janitor” is an insider’s look at public school education in America. Dr. Muciaccia holds a doctoral degree in school administration from New York University.
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In his years as a teacher and school administrator, Dr. Muciaccia notes that he could always count on the school janitors to be apolitical and give it to him straight. In this important critique, he returns the favor. If you liked "Waiting for Superman," you'll love "Ask the Janitor."