Education and Ecstasy: With, "The Great School Reform Hoax"
North Atlantic Books, 1987 - 274 Seiten
Education and Ecstasy, by George Leonard, was originally written as a call for reform in America's school systems. Published in the Sixties, and then revised in the Eighties, this book reveals the deep-rooted structural problems in American schools-problems which still plague us. Leonard proposes that long school days and tedious homework are not ways to encourage learning; that teachers are overworked and underpaid. He proposes ways to integrate new methods of teaching that are still valuable and applicable today.
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THE FUTURE NOW
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THE USES OF ECSTASY
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