CLIFT, Gerald, and James LIABOTIS (eds.).
Title: Schoolbook : perspectives on education.
Publisher:  Gage Educational Publishing , Toronto , 1971,
Seller ID: 94608
CLIFT, Gerald, and James LIABOTIS (eds.). Schoolbook : perspectives on education. Toronto : Gage Educational Publishing Limited, (1971). Pp (6),1-74. Illustrated. 4to, illustrated blue stapled card covers. Contents : Part 1 One Side : Is This What Schools Are For? (by Kathryn Noyes and Gordon McAn drew); Dropout (by Phyllis E. Knisley); An Education Will Give You More of a Choice; The Student (by Lewis Turco); One of Our Future Poets, You Might Say (by William Saroyan); High School in Buffalo (by David Posner); The System (by Joseph G. Farris); The Race (by Fons van Woerkum); These Students Want to Build a Better World; 'The Mam Thing He Learns Is to Follow Orders, Now'; Interview (by John Porter); Shadow and Substance (by Richard J. Needham); Letter from a Dead Body; Miss Feebish (by Bob White); What Did You Learn in School Today? (by Tom Paxton). Part 2 The Other Side : Not for Everyone (by Barry Butson); See Mother Run! (by Joan Mills); Raport (by CharlesW. Williams); We Need Professors Who Want to Make a Difference; The Ingred ients of a Great Teacher (by Fred M. Hechinger); Education World Stunned asKrvtnn Hangs Up Chalk (by Bert Williams); The New Education (by Stephen Le acock); Through History with J. Wesley Smith (by Burr Shafer); Exams and Vested Interests (by John McMurtry); Off Base (by Barry Base); Examiner (by F. R. Scott); On Flunking a Nice Boy out of School (by John Ciardi); The Invaluable Lesson of Failure; Finance Section; What This Country Needs; A HighSchool Drop-out; An Asylum for Illiterates; It Costs More to Keep a Man in Prison. Part 3 Time Capsule : Murdering the Innocents (by Charles Dicken s); Classroom Memories (by Charles Lamb); Letter to the Hon. William Davis (by M.J. Caveney); A Schoolboy Hero (by Philip Hobsbaum); Good Old Days at School (by Mrs. Walter M. Kileley); My Education (by Stephen Leacock); The Crisis (by Ralph Connor); The Incredible School of the Future (by Frank Rasky); What Happened to the Teaching Machine? (by Edward C. Weir); The Reading Machine (by Morris Bishop); The Fun They Had (by Isaac Asimov). Part 4 Perspectives : Education in the U.S.S.R. (by John McMurtry); A Canadian View of a German High School (by Catherine Rank); The Iconoclast (by John McMurtry); Chinese Communist Report on Educational Reform; Toughest School in North America (by James Quig); East High in Denver; Outside the System (by Olive Johnson); The Ideal School (by Wynn-Anne Cole); Adams High: 'Best Around'; Come Now, Miss Dimpleton (by Yardley Jones). Rubbed, spine worn, else very good. 25.00