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This book sets forth in clear and precise terms just what the American Public Elementary School of the 21st Century must become if the United States is to continue as a leader in the free world. Hedges is critical of the unions, the short work day and year of teachers compared with other nations, the ignorance of state legislators and their treatment of education as a political football. He does not play favorites and thus will probably alienate every reader in some respect. However, if you want a forthright blueprint for improving our elementary schools, this is it.

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