Category: Education

While our Constitution does not empower the federal government to manage education of US citizens, it is certainly important that politicians not do anything to impede the dissemination of useful knowledge. And since our federal government has inserted itself into the role of creating educational policy nationwide, it is, for the time being, important for our President and other leaders to understand what works and what doesn’t, and the opportunities available.

  1. Nickel and Dimed by Barbara Ehrenreich

    General Description (from Amazon.com) Acclaimed as an instant classic upon publication, Nickel and Dimed has sold more than 1.5 million copies and become a staple of classroom reading. Chosen for “one book” initiatives across the country, it has fueled nationwide … Continue reading