There is a lot of craziness in the public schools. For example, bogus theories and defective methods.

One question always simmering under the surface is: do teachers realize what they are doing to the children? 

In an article on reading, I encountered a startling quote by a teacher who does feel guilty. Unpleasant but perhaps it's helpful. Should she feel guilty? How do others handle this?

Reading is a subject particularly full of the counter-productive and dysfunctional. Every teacher ought to second-guess their choices now and then. Please. 

see article: Teachers feeling guilty.... It's a start.

https://canadafreepress.com/article/teachers-feeling-guilty.-a-good...

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NB: my book Saving K-12 is an excellent short explanation of what went wrong in our public schools. Good gift.

"Bruce Price’s SAVING K-12 is a MUST read!  It is precise, concise and powerful. 

Action is required…for the sake of our children, our grandchildren and the future of

the American Republic!”  Robert W. Sweet, Jr.,  long-time President, The National Right to Read Foundation

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