Preparing teachers is critical to the health of American schools, communities, and our working democracy. This textbook introduces future teachers to the rich and complex world of the public-school educator. Using fourteen social, pedagogical, and political paradoxes the book reveals the historical events, personalities, and theories which have crafted today’s schools as well as the many issues surrounding the daily life of the teacher. This book engages future teachers in their critical role as meaningful players in the social context of an evolving world.
"Book Review: Paradoxes of the Public School by James Schul,"
Essays in Education: Vol. 26
, Article 5.
Available at: https://openriver.winona.edu/eie/vol26/iss1/5