36 children

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New American Library, 1967 - Education - 224 pages
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36 Children is the remarkable account of a young teacher's year in a Harlem classroom. Shunning conventional classroom tactics, Kohl showed his students that they really did want to learn and gave them the means to do so, providing an eloquent testament to the potential of all children.

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Contents

Section 1
71
Section 2
72
Section 3
75
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