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The Seven Deadly Sins of the K-12 Education System: Costly and Ineffective Programs and Strategies

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This book is for anyone who believes that reducing class size, doing more homework, being taught by experienced teachers, using technology, receiving remediation, repeating a grade and increasing school time will improve student achievement. The reason this book is for you is because these long practiced academic interventions just don’t work. Not only do they not work but ...more
Kindle Edition, 142 pages
Published August 16th 2013 by FriesenPress
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Charles Hoffman
Jun 21, 2014 Charles Hoffman rated it it was amazing
Outstanding!

This book is an excellent in-depth review of seven strategies often proposed (or implemented) to improve K-12 learning. The arguments seem well thought out and are backed by references to many studies listed chapter in the appendices.
The hands-on experience of the author lends great credibility to his theme. I liked especially his
proposal of "classroom flipping" to be a part of any turnaround project for our valued public school system.
In my opinion, reading this book would be of si
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