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Review: Dumbing Us Down – By John Taylor Gatto

January 16, 2016
Review: Dumbing Us Down – By John Taylor Gatto

John Taylor Gatto may be one of the most fascinating educators I have ever read or heard of, even if I question some of his solutions to problems associated with teaching and learning. I have to add that I was introduced to Gatto by his interviews with Richard Grove at the “Tragedy And Hope” website, […]

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