IF A TREE FALLS
Advocating for children and teachers, If A Tree Falls gives vivid and memorable depictions of what many classrooms in the United States truly look like inside. The author’s opinions will demand conversation about solutions and engage the educational community in developing reforms specific to the needs of their population. After reading this book, you will never see eduction the way you did before.
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