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None Dare Call it Education

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None Dare Call it Education

by John A Stormer

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Syndicated columnist Thomas Sowell said, if Americans knew what schools were doing to their children, there would be a revolution." John Stormer's latest book documents what schools are doing academically and morally.


I thought this book did a very good job of showing why our education system has moved the direction that it has. Given that the book was first published in 1988 and then updated in 1998 it really gives you a sense of how long these changes have been in the works. If you are interested in this topic then I would also highly recommend An Underground History of American Education by John Taylor Gatto (the best price is usually at his web page).Basically, you have to think differently about education. There are a lot of people who have a very serious interest in the kind of person the education system turns out. The government has to govern these people, so they are interested in what gets taught (and what doesn't). Corporations have to employ these people, so they are interested in what gets taught (and what doesn't). The desires of government and corporations are often at odds with those of the individual private citizen. When you see the real motives these institutions have in their own words it is quite the eye opener.

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ISBN 9780914053149
Author John A Stormer
Age Group No
Book Type paperback

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