Combating Ignorance: Inside and Outside the Classroom
Jack Sutherford has taught for ten years. When he first began his career, he was a very optimistic teacher, but that optimism waned as he continued through. In Combating Ignorance, Sutherford takes on the challenges of dealing with administration, counselors, fellow teachers, students and parents as a classroom teacher. He discusses the many programs and trends, good and bad, he has seen throughout his ten years of teaching.
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