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    PDF FREE [Savage Ineualities Children In America's Schools] review Savage Ineualities Children In America's Schools It took me four months to read this book It was just hard to read the realities of the poor in America and not feeling like anything had changed in 25 years While I do believe this is a must read for anyone at all interested in education in America I am not sure at all what the solutions are One thought is that the whole system is corrupt inevitably so that it should just be tanked and Americans should take res

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  • Paperback
  • 272
  • Savage Ineualities Children In America's Schools
  • Jonathan Kozol
  • English
  • 06 July 2020
  • 9780060974992

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Savage Ineualities Children In America's Schools characters Í 9 N this stunning New York Times bestseller which has sold than 250000 hardcover copiesAn impassioned book laced with. Every American should be reuired to read this book

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Savage Ineualities Children In America's Schools characters Í 9 National Book Award winning author Jonathan Kozol presents his shocking account of the American educational system i. It took me four months to read this book It was just hard to read the realities of the poor in America and not feeling like anything had changed in 25 years While I do believe this is a must read for anyone at all interested in education in America I am not sure at all what the solutions are One thought is that the whole system is corrupt inevitably so that it should just be tanked and Americans should take responsibilty for educating our children Could children be any worse off in our schools than they are now Kozol does point out that there is no constitutional right to education Maybe the Government IS the problem This is not what Kozol would say but his only answer seems to be complete eualization which is fraught with insurmountable problems as he clearly illustrates I agree with Kozol that our schools need money even while also agreeing with others that money is not the final answer I am constantly in shock over how little money my own child s public school has It DOES send a message to our children when they are made to go to school but so little beauty surrounds them Where is the money I assume it is being misspent by top heavy district infrastructure At this point maybe it is up to each of us as individuals to find a child and help that one child to get a better education On a personal note there is an interesting paragraph on the next to last page Cincinnati like Chicago has a two tier system Among the city s magnet and selective schools are some remarkable institutions such a Walnut hills a famous hgih school taht my hosts compared to a de facto private school within the public system It is not know if a child from Lower Price Hill has ever been admitted there Few of these children in any case wold have the preparation to compete effectively on the exams that they would have to take in order to get inIn fact my dad lived in a white very poor inner city Cincinnati neighborhood on Eastern Avejust like Lower Price Hill as a child He is 82 now I am not sure where he went to elementary school but hopefully I can find out He did indeed take the exam to get into Walnut Hills at his mother s insistence even missing a beloved baseball game in order to ride the bus to Walnut Hills on a Saturday morning to take the exam He passed the exam and attended Walnut Hills for 3 years claiming that it changed his life At that time Walnut Hills was basically a classical school where he learned Latin logic and rhetoric

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Savage Ineualities Children In America's Schools characters Í 9 Anger and indignation about how our public education system scorns so many of our children New York Times Book Revie. The reason I became a teacher