Reflections on 30 Years of Teaching in East Harlem

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Book Synopsis and Reviews

Entertaining as well as pedagogic. It is filled with information which can be extremely helpful to prospective and beginning teachers. Experienced teachers may view it as an opportunity for growth. Parents of elementary and junior high school students will embrace this book as a wonderful insight into what good education is all about.

Of particular interest is chapter seven, “The 1968 Teachers’ Strike”, which tells about a small group of courageous non-striking teachers who were able to keep a school open and functioning on a 24/7 basis for more than five weeks until the strike was over.

Another chapter, “Cast of Characters”, paints vivid portraits of a variety of interesting and unforgettable teachers who taught at this East Harlem school. Reflections On 30 Years Of Teaching In East Harlem has something for every reader. It’s enjoyable, informative, and will prove to be a great learning experience.

Testimonials

Thank you for sending me a copy of your book. I admire your thirty years of service to students in East Harlem and enjoyed reading about your experiences.

New York City Department of Education
Joel L. Klein, Chancellor

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Thank you very much for contacting my office and sending me your book.

Reflections on 30 Years of Teaching in East Harlem is a valuable resource for teachers and youth advocates in the community. Your book offers a guide for those who are working with the young people of our community. Not only is it a guidebook for teachers it is also an inspiring piece of writing that I am sure will motivate many people to perhaps become teachers themselves.

Charles B. Rangel, Chairman
Committee of Ways and Means

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“Thank you for sending me a copy of your book, Reflections on 30 Years
of Teaching in East Harlem. I truly admire your 30 years of service to
the students and community of East Harlem. Your book is an inspiration
and a resource to all teachers.”Michelle Rhee, Chancellor District of Columbia Public Schools

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Thank you for sending me a copy of your book “Reflections on 30 Years of
Teaching in East Harlem.” This book will be a useful resource and will
give our prospective teachers a better understanding of what to expect
in their future classrooms. I look forward to reading your book and
even gaining information for my own benefit.Dr. Norman W. Powell,
Director
College of Education
Eastern Kentucky University