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For 60 years the "look-say" method of teaching reading has dominated our schools. Why does it remain firmly entrenched even though it doesn't work?
Why did these blue-collar parents follow rich folks and the counterculture along the road to private schooling? And how did they pull it off?
Mixing alcohol and gasoline could help put the DOE out of business
In the early 1800s, private schools were thriving. Then a small group of wealthy intellectuals decided education must be socialized. And in 40 years they had largely accomplished their goal. Here-for the first time-is the story of their campaign.