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August 30 , 2007

Faulty Assumptions: Why Blaming Teachers Won't Fix Public Schools


In this compelling book, professional educator, Jason Davis, shares his insider perspective about why, despite millions of tax dollars and decades of school reform, we are no closer to achieving meaningful change in our nation’s public schools. Readers follow Davis on a first-person journey through the realities of the public school system punctuated by shocking and sometimes horrific true stories about the lives of students, teachers, and families with whom he has worked. Along the way, he dispels the faulty assumptions that have been perpetuated by the media and politicians about why America’s children are being left behind, and leaves the reader with a deeper understanding of the true crisis facing our schools and our children.

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