A concise analysis of the basic problems with our Public Schools, and a succinct guide to fixing them! Once in the classroom I learned the limitations of the current platform that dictates the operation of Public Schools in the United States. This book addresses 25 primary and secondary topics that should be addressed if we are serious about Public School reform in the United States. Each chapter is easily read and digested in 20 minutes. The reader should find each chapter entertaining as each contains at least one story that showcases the problem and the ensuing discussion is brief and to the point. The author grew up in Wyoming, attended an exploratory high school attached to the University of Wyoming, earned a Bachelor of Science with honors in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wyoming, worked in the mining and chemical processing industry in Wyoming and Colorado, taught high school math for seven years, and is now retired in Jackson, Wyoming.All of this rear view mirror stuff aside, I was in love with my Corvair. I grew up in the early stages of a ... This was years before Ford pioneered the mission statement of a#39;At Ford, Quality is Job Onea#39;. How do we as consumers define quality ?
|Title||:||Seven Years a Teacher: An Engineer’s Perspective On Public Schools|
|Author||:||Charles J Yates, PE|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2015-04-08|