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Savage Inequalities: Children in America's Schools

Descriere: National Book Award-winning author Jonathan Kozol presents his shocking account of the American educational system in this stunning New York Times bestseller which has sold more than 85,000 hardcover copies. The book provides readers with an opportunity to get involved with a postcard they can sign and mail to the president at the White House. (Education)

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Autori: Jonathan Kozol | Editura: Harper Perennial | Anul aparitiei: 1992 | ISBN: 9780060974992 | Numar de pagini: 272 | Categorie: Education  

  

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