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9781627871983

America’s Schools at a Turning Point:

And how we THE PEOPLE can help shape their future

By: Corky O’Callaghan

 

The education of America’s children is critical to our nation and local communities, but sweeping reforms have left teachers demoralized, children frustrated, and families disenfranchised.  America’s Schools at a Turning Point:  And how we THE PEOPLE can help shape their future is a wake up call.

Author Corky O’Callaghan explains how families and educators can empower their communities to effectively address the growing challenges now facing our public schools and help determine the future of education reform.

Ultimately, this is a story about working together and restoring faith and confidence in the American dream.

7 Responses to Book

  • Anxious to read your book. I believe it is past time to get the schools back to the communities. The government has their hands on too much.. Losing too much history for our children. Congratulations Corky.

  • Congrats on publishing your book! I hope you and it can start to a change in our education system which I agree with you is broken. When is your interview with Bill O’Riley?

    • Phil, thanks for the feedback. Changing our education system must start with letting the American people know the true state of our public schools. Unfortunately, that is not happening today – which is why I wrote the book. The Bill O’Reilly idea is a good one.

      • As a long time public school administrator at elementary, middle, high school and superintendency as well as higher ed professor I have seen the good and questionable events
        in public education but no doubt the worst has been the current hands on approach by business
        leaders, politicians and schools for profit. Waste and lack of accountability is rampant in these school endeavors.

  • Corky,
    I enjoyed talking with you last week. Thank you for your good work. I applaud your efforts and courage.
    Warmly,
    Michele Royan

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