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None Dare Call It Education

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What's happening in our schools? The documented account of how education "reforms" are undermining academics and traditional values.
Hardcover, 207 pages
Published October 1st 1998 by Liberty Bell Press
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Mandi
Mar 07, 2010 Mandi rated it it was amazing
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Wow - what did I learn from this book? I learned 1001 reasons why I will never support government funded education. Incredib ly well-researched and well-documented, this book will cause you to pause and question whether government education is ever a good idea. This book shows the complete failure of our current public education system in doing anything but corrupting the morals and values of our children. Is this an attack on teachers? Absolutely not. It is an attack on those that have designed ...more
Nick
Dec 29, 2012 Nick rated it did not like it
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I agree with a lot of what this book says. My problem is his attack on education. There are so many other issues he completely ignores to attack public education, the whipping boy of the 21st century. I'm a teacher, I work over 80 hours a week on less then 6 dollars an hour. I don't have time to plot intricate conspiracies overthrowing the home life. Why are parents never at the forfront of any of this? Teachers, especaially public school teachers, can't win no matter what they do. Parents get d ...more
William Galaini
Jun 26, 2013 William Galaini rated it did not like it
It is clear that much of the egalitarian educational system that is the American middle-class ideal is failing. The need and value for a strong, reliable, and consistant American education is beyond measure and is not only a part of our cultural identity but the bedrock of our entire future in a competitive, globalizing planet.

I was compelled to the book for its title, and how much I worry about our nation's education. What I found was a scathing, poorly researched soap box that was more preoccu
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Lacy
Nov 04, 2013 Lacy rated it liked it
This book gives a disturbing look into what happens in public schools. It gives many examples of school policies, proving that the basis of public schooling is not education. Drugs, bullying, school shootings and teen pregnancies are side effects of the actual curricula! What you don't know can hurt you and your children.
Danae
Jun 21, 2013 Danae rated it it was ok
I thought this was pretty interesting at first, but i kind of lost interest half way through. And he repeated himself a few times. Also, i'm not sure how much of it is out-dated, considering it was written in '98. But for 50 cents, it wasn't bad. :)
Eva
Oct 20, 2010 Eva rated it it was amazing
I read this book before I made up my mind to home school my kids and after I did it helped me solidify my decision. I'm so glad I home school!
Suzanne
May 02, 2009 Suzanne rated it it was amazing
This is an excelent book! This book describes in detail the agenda of the Department of education to dumb down our children.
Crystal H
Feb 05, 2008 Crystal H rated it it was amazing
Very powerful book! Has definitely convinced me to home school!
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Prominent American anti-communist author and Protestant pastor.

In his book "None dare call it treason" (1964) he argued that America was losing the cold war, and that Communist subversives are infiltrating America.

Nowadays he runs his own Publishing company "Liberty Bell Press"
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