Schools in Crisis: Training for Success or Failure?

About the Author—Carl Sommer
(At the time of writing this book.)

     Taught high school students in New York City for seven years, and has counseled pupils and parents as an assistant dean of boys in a high school with 3.600 students.
     Served as a substitute teacher in each of the five boroughs of New York City as an elementary, intermediate, junior high, and high school teacher—teaching all grades from 1 to 12 in 27 different schools.
     Spent 10 years researching solutions for the national educational crisis.
     Attended five colleges and universities.  At New York University, he was able to use Bobst Library, the largest research library in New York City, to aid him in his investigation.
     Successful managed a manufacturing plant and fathered five children.
     With his parental and managerial background he examines the schools from outside the system, and with his counseling and educational background from within.

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