Our Public Schools: A Pearl of Great Price
Drawing on 40 years of experience in public education, Dr. Schneider warns that public schools must continue to serve as the cornerstone of American democracy. He gives well-reasoned, fact-based arguments for a spiritual foundation in education; demanding competency from teachers; limiting the now virtually absolute power of teachers' unions; and eliminating voucher and charter school programs that drain money from public schools.
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PROTECTING SCHOOLS FROM DEDICAT
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