Hooked on Books: Program & Proof
Author: Fader, Daniel N.; McNeil, ELton B.
Publication:New York : Berkley Medallion, 1968
Binding: Mass Market Paperback
Condition: Used: Good
Description: spine creasing, edge wear; Every now and then a teacher will achieve the impossible - or, at least, the incredible. Rarely are these achievements reported; hence, they are seldom recognized or emulated or even examined. Even when they are, it is far too often outside the education "establishment," relegated to the world of legends or happenstance or inimitable ideals. 'Tis a pity. From those exotic Sixties, when experiments in education were being tried all over, some working, some not, Daniel Fader's story ought to stand out. I fear it has been forgotten. He begins his account by telling of a young thirteen-year-old prostitute, who comes to school only three days a week and works the rest of the time, of the respect she is shown by the other students. Then he launches into his impassioned defense of "the unreachables, the unteachables."
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