Chapter12_ Shame of the Nation

Chapter12_ Shame of the Nation - “Epilogue” 1 What...

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Chapter 12, “Treasured Places” 1. What happed to the mother of Serafina, one of Mr. Bedrock’s fifth-grade students at P. S. 30? Why does this make her more in need of a teacher like Mr. Bedrock? Her mom got AIDS and passed away. Because Serafina would somehow prevail over her loss, believing. (291) 2. Why, according to Aida Rosa, the principal at P. S. 30, does Mr. Bedrock continue to teach there? He loves children. 3. Based on the market-driven approach to education, why do people go into teaching? People who desire advancement in the educational system begin as teachers. (296)
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Unformatted text preview: “Epilogue” 1. What changes occurred at P. S. 30 after Miss Rosa retired as principal? Test scores plummeted and the school was placed in one of those state-labeled categories of strict scrutiny that have their parallels in every state, as now required under federal law. (301) 2. What kind of high school did Congressman John Lewis attend? In what way are today’s schools little better than those of this time? Training schools. (315) Integration....
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