New Book by My Brother, Dave - Why America's Public Schools are the Best Place for Kids

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By Ken Brown
Editor, You Can Learn Series
Updated:
March 26, 2012
My Brother, Doctor Dave Brown has recently published his third book. This newest book contains his thoughts and research on why our American public schools are the best places for your children. The title of the book is Why America's Public Schools are the Best Place for Kids.

Dave does an excellent job of discussing the advantages of a public school education. You can find out more about the book at America's Public Schools. Read the book to get the facts instead of listening to government talking points. Find out what a teacher who has been in the classroom can tell you about our public schools.

The Reality of Public Schools

After reading this book you will be a salesperson for your local schools and you will have information to back up your talking points. How do the USA schools stack up against Japan, Finland, Canada or Singapore. Do standardized test scores tell the whole story? When you send your children to school what do you want for their education? The most important question, "What is a good school?" Can you answer that right now if someone were to put a microphone to your mouth?

Doctor Dave discusses all these points. He discusses the reality of public schools compared to the negative perceptions that our business leaders and politicians spout as they try to score points with the voters. What is really going on in our schools? What can and should you be doing locally to make your school district stronger and produce better educated citizens in your neighborhoods?

Dave Has a Passion for Public Schools

Reading the book you see the passion that Dave has for public schools. Sure, he knows about the problems that schools have, but most of the problems are caused by people that claim they want to help. What are the real answers? Read the book, as Dr. Brown discusses the problems and offers clear solutions. You might be thinking that these are just opinions. But, no. Dave has facts, research and the truth.

Are you getting ready to send your children to school? Are you deciding between a public school and a parochial or private school? Well, before you make your decision read America's Public Schools.

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