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No Child Left Alive

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If the shooter doesn't get them, the system will. That proved to be the case for author Randy Turner, as the veteran teacher was fired from his teaching job in Joplin, Missouri, for writing this book. No Child Left Alive tells the story of one year at dysfunctional Franklin Heights High School, where the teachers battle administrators seeking to pad their resumes at the ...more
Paperback, 188 pages
Published June 1st 2013 by Createspace
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Randy Turner is a retired middle School English teacher and spent more than two decades as a journalist, earning more than 100 awards, including 30 for investigative reporting. He has written eight books, including three novels, Small Town News, Devil's Messenger, and No Child Left Alive and four non-fiction books, Spirit of Hope: The Year After the Joplin Tornado, 5:41: Stories from the Joplin ...more
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