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Education Reform, Redux

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Ah Burnie, Paul Gagnon and I talked about writing a world history together. I was to do the early stuff, he'd take over with the ascendance of Europe. Maybe it wouldn't have mattered. I see schools doing the same old things--and it isn't giving kids substantial books to read. It's trivia and more trivia all sold by big business interests who are making a whole lot of money while destroying our schools. But, as you point out, it's been going on for a long time. j.

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