Bloodletting: Why Education Reform is Killing America’s Schools
Bloodletting is an uncompromising, provocative exposé about education reform in the United States. In Bloodletting, David Ellison provides an evidenced-based overview of the on-going fiasco of American education, using cogent, accessible language, often citing his own poignant and too-often heart-wrenching personal experience. Bloodletting is a bold treatise from a 30-year veteran educator and a passionate writer.
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The Private War of Corporal Henson
Vietnam didn’t stay in Southeast Asia. It followed former U.S. Marine Corporal Nathan Henson back to the World—his hometown in the Florida panhandle. Seventeen years later, specters from ’Nam still haunt the corners of Nathan’s life and the recurring nightmarish scenes of carnage won’t die... Read More
The Decline and Fall of Nokia
The first book about Nokia written after the Microsoft deal. Nokia’s fall from the pinnacle of the mobile phone industry was unprecedented in both its rapidity and its extent. Now for the first time the true, comprehensive story is told... Read More