“The Nonsense of My Ivy League Education” – Ask John #7
P.S. I hope you get well and many hopes to a brighter, less compulsory, future.
What a monument of gloom your letter is!
Read his The Philosophy of Education, 1906.
FIND YOUR OWN IMPOSSIBLE CHALLENGE, Tom, try it––what could be worse than the present you endure?
Good luck, young fellow.
Or, become a breakfast waiter in a busy diner, or a dishwasher.
-John Taylor Gatto
State Teacher of the Year, New York, 1991
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