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by Wallace K. Pond

  • ISBN: 1579810160
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  • Author: Wallace K. Pond
  • Publisher: Cummings & Hathaway; 1 edition (July 1998)
  • Pages: 270
  • ePub book: 1746 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1505 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Although education was highly valued by Americans prior to the 1930's, the limited amount of funds changed the way many Americans . During the 1930’s, the public education system was not as highly regulated as it is today.

Although education was highly valued by Americans prior to the 1930's, the limited amount of funds changed the way many Americans thought about education - it was a luxury that could not always be afforded. Public Schools in the Great Depression. Students often did not attend school for nine months of the year as they do in today’s schools, as different county or local school systems often operated for different lengths of time.

In this frank and provocative analysis, Dr. Wallace Pond, an education professor at the College of Santa Fe, examines fundamental issues in American Education. He argues that decision making in our schools has been the product of a closed, myopic process that has resulted in poor schooling for many of our children. With an inviting style, he explores and demystifies many of the irrational and nonsensical practices in Americas schools and proposes workable solutions for American education in the 21st century.

The Lights Are On, Is Anybody Home is a must-read for teacher trainees, educators, policy makers, business leaders and anyone else who is concerned about the future of our schools and our democracy.