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The Underground History of American Education: A School Teacher's Intimate Investigation Into the Problem of Modern Schooling Paperback – November, 2000
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No discussion of our schools is worthwhile if uninformed by this book.
At his site you can read this book for free, which is what I did. Early on, I KNEW I was going to have to own it.
Not only should you read this book, but you should buy copies of it for everyone you think would be willing to read it (if u can afford to do so)
I can say it will make you very angry and rightfully so. You will discover fundamental principles concerning why this country and its' people are like they are today - including yourself!
The reading is very easy and friendly, and addictive if you're into the truth.
MANY revelations await you!
The former is expensive as the group must be constrained to indoctrinate irrespective of their wants while the latter opens up energy, excitement, talent and joy which largely fuels itself.
The former can only be measured by an overall evaluation not peculiar to any member of the group,while the latter establishes unique to each member an incandescent glow of success.
John Taylor Gatto in his opus clearly and in a robust way make the difference discernable by anyone who can read.
A must for anyone interested in education
Our schools have huge problems to overcome; many of which are due to the school system. Reading Gatto's work gives an excellent perspective in order to creat positive change in the lives of our communities and the education of our future leaders.