The publication of this book in the 1950s became a bestseller. Contradicts the premise that education was all honky-dorry then, but now it's getting all sorts of bad press. "“Everything Is Hunky-Dory” was one of them. Of course, this was sheer denial, and Flesch said so. Things were bad then, a fact as demonstrable as anything in educational research. They are worse today" (Hager).
17 Books To Read If You Liked "The Fault In Our Stars"
"17 Books To Read If You Liked 'The Fault In Our Stars'" These will be great for after you have finished your JSU Summer reading book! Don't forget to get your free copy of "The Fault in Our Stars" at your Gamecock Orientation!
One benefit of education reform in the past years is that educators are encouraged to be innovative in the classroom. Technology has made this a necessity. No longer do teachers rely on lectures, notes, and multiple choice finals.