Playing School: A Teachers Account of Daily Classroom Struggles in Our Inner City Public Schools Dean Caputa

ISBN: 9781434366528

Published: May 20th 2008

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444 pages


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Playing School: A Teachers Account of Daily Classroom Struggles in Our Inner City Public Schools  by  Dean Caputa

Playing School: A Teachers Account of Daily Classroom Struggles in Our Inner City Public Schools by Dean Caputa
May 20th 2008 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 444 pages | ISBN: 9781434366528 | 5.22 Mb

Continually irritated by the so-called experts legislating Louisianas public school systems and by a news media out of touch with the reality teachers face in their classrooms each day, author Dean Caputa decided to reveal that truth based on hisMoreContinually irritated by the so-called experts legislating Louisianas public school systems and by a news media out of touch with the reality teachers face in their classrooms each day, author Dean Caputa decided to reveal that truth based on his teaching experience. The book is written as fiction, but the compilation of characters and stories are as real as they are painful, funny, embarrassing, frustrating, and absurd.

This book is not for the faint of heart. After just a few chapters, the reader will refute the well written notion that public schools are failing. In fact, Caputa makes it clear that public schools are not failing our nations children. Many of our children are failing in our public schools, mostly by choice, despite the incredible efforts of the teachers and administrators who work diligently within their walls.

For inner city public school teachers, this book is an explanation and definition of a job becoming increasingly difficult with each passing year.



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