School Selfies: Parents, Teachers, Students and BandwagonsHot
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Kitty D. Honeycutt Updated May 04, 2015
July 25, 2015
School Selfies: Teachers, Parents, Students and Bandwagons exposes truths and shines a light on issues in education that demand attention. It is an honest, no-frills selfie of schools today, and it should be compulsory reading for the general public, teachers, parents, teachers-in-training, professors at teachers’ colleges, students and administrators. Here are the tales of terror, joy and tragedy about teaching that few others have the experience or the courage to reveal. Here is the undistorted, sometimes shocking, wide-angle view of what really occurs in public schools. From the dangerous false accusation syndrome to Mom and Dad as the new bully on the playground, readers will feel recognition, shock, fear, laughter, disbelief and hope as they discover the truths hidden behind school doors.