Book Shares Eye-Opening Revelations about the Educational System

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Thought-provoking literary compilation defends the educators of America

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Insightful, provocative and compelling, The Political Injustice Affecting Our Schools, Teachers and Students reveal the realities of the political influences on the American educational system. Written by Dr. G.V. Hair, this perspicacious study unveils the truth that the American teachers and the American education system are being used as scapegoats to advance political careers and to promote a standardized form of society.

The Political Injustice Affecting Our Schools, Teachers and Students analyzes the trends of the educational system and how the government blindly neglects the welfare of academic achievement and, instead, blames the teachers for failing to provide quality education. For the last 25 years politicians have been using selective statistics and fear tactics to manipulate the public into believing that the teachers are responsible for denying students with a solid education.

Teaching is one of the noblest and most humble professions in history. Nonetheless, it is very disturbingly shocking to know that many public school teachers are not supplied with enough support. The pay is not very high and the workload can be very challenging. They hold upon their shoulders one of the biggest social responsibilities of ensuring the future of the next generation. To make matters even more frustrating is that they are being deliberately blamed for the academic failure of children so that politicians can stir publicity.

The message of the author of this book is loud and clear, “American Teachers and the American School System Did Not Fail Our Students”. Within this call stand many vivid and supportive facts that reveal the inconvenient truth about the education system in America. The lack of support that the federal and state politicians provide for American educators is crippling no other than the students, for they are the direct victims of this embarrassing and exaspercating socio-political dilemma.

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The Political Injustice Affecting Our Schools, Teachers and Students * by Dr. G.V. Hair
Publication Date: April 23, 2012
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 105 pages; 978-1-4691-9609-1
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 105 pages; 978-1-4691-9610-7

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