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Andrew Lazarow 2/21/11 WRT 205 Jonathan Kozol grew up in Newton. He went on to earn his degree at Harvard and was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford. Kozol began his career as a teacher in Boston, Massachusetts, but soon after left to work as a teacher in Roxbury, a low-income area. Kozol began writing by publishing nonfiction books because of the terrible experiences he had while teaching in low- income public schools. His first was called Death at an Early Age which was based on his experiences as a fourth-grade teacher. He then went on to write 11 more books, all based on the education system in some way. His most meaningful is called Amazing Grace and is about the lives of children and some mothers and the struggles they had to deal with. Kozol has now begun to promote help for low-income schools to better education. He founded and is running a non- profit organization called Cambridge Institute for Public Education. Who is the reviewer: Nathan Glazer wrote an article in the New York Times criticizing
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course WRT 205 taught by Professor Yager during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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