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Underground History of American Education

A book about education in the United States written by John Taylor Gatto

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  • May 24, 2010
An eye opener! You'll never view public education the same way again! It will answer many questions about why public school is what it is.
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review by . March 04, 2009
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The Underground History of American Education
Have you recently had a conversation with an average twelve or fifteen year old who spends a good part of his day in a public school? Even better, have you heard the conversations of children that age talking to each other? What I have heard from school age children is proof that the public school system is doing what it was designed to do - even if it was not deliberately planned by someone.     I came across this masterpiece type of book that would be wrong not to share. It …
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ISBN-10: 0945700040
ISBN-13: 978-0945700043
Author: John Taylor Gatto
Genre: Non-fiction
Publisher: Oxford Village Press; 2nd ed edition
Date Published: November 2000
Format: paperback
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