All David Anderson wanted was a better education for the students in St. Luke, Minnesota. He never expected it to cost him his teaching career, his best friend, and almost his wife. But when you take on the dysfunctional, sports-crazed, gridlocked American school system, you're lucky just to get out in one piece.
|Publisher:||North Star Press of Saint Cloud|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
John Michael McLaughlin is a school founder (Benton Hall in Nashville, 1977), tenured professor (St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, 1988-1998), and voice in education reform (The Education Industry Report, 1993-2000). Beyond his devotion to education, he is involved in sustainable development in the Kilimanjaro Region of Africa, directs high school theater, and enjoys birding. A native of the South, he now lives on the Northern Prairie.
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Last Year of the Season based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
A very interesting perspective on the current public education system. A very good read! I would highly recommend this book.