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None Dare Call It Education
None Dare Call It Education
Author: John A. Stormer
ISBN-13: 9780914053149
ISBN-10: 0914053140
Publication Date: 1999
Pages: 266
Rating:
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3.9 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Liberty Bell Press
Book Type: Paperback
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NONE DARE CALL IT EDUCATION explains why and how schools are failing to be what they could and should be for our children. As a former public school board member and more recently as a 12-year state legislator, my personal experience verifies every statement and conclusion. Everyone who cares about young people should read and reread this book. -- Representative William Linton, Missouri General Assembly
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A look at the impact on American education of the imposition of secular progressive (or perhaps more accuratly expressed as marxist-Leninist) precepts and goals in our nations schools.
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This book was not an easy read. I found it to be very interesting and somewhat startling. As a Catholic School educator, a lot of what was cited was new to me. My school still tends to be very traditional. We have found this "traditional" education to be very successful for our students. I would recommend this book for educators and parents.
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The documented account of how education "reforms" are undermining academics and traditional values.
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NONE CARE CALL IT EDUCATION explains why a once great public school system now graduates students who can't read, write or calculate. It is must reading for all parents. PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY