- Title: S.C.R.E.W.E.D.: An Educational Fairytale
- Author: Frank Stepnowski
- ISBN: 9781432768485
- Page: 463
- Format: Paperback
STOP WAITING FOR SUPERMAN AND LISTEN TO CAPTAIN AMERICA The year is 2012 and the President has passed The Absentee Parent Act, suddenly making parents accountable for the academic and moral shortcomings of their offspring Legal guardians everywhere turn to the places that have been raising their children for years the schools Alas, our current educational system is aSTOP WAITING FOR SUPERMAN AND LISTEN TO CAPTAIN AMERICA The year is 2012 and the President has passed The Absentee Parent Act, suddenly making parents accountable for the academic and moral shortcomings of their offspring Legal guardians everywhere turn to the places that have been raising their children for years the schools Alas, our current educational system is a farce, a fact suddenly of great concern to the soon to be punished parental population Meanwhile, in a New Jersey classroom, a frustrated teacher has an epiphany, and soon T.E.A.M Trust in our Extreme Alternative Methodology schools begin to spread across the country, providing the kind of common sense instruction, uncompromising discipline, and political incorrectness that other schools wish they could employ Of course, no good deed goes unpunished, and an army of antagonists line up to challenge this Brave New School but Frank Stepnowski, aka Captain America, and his dedicated band of teachers will not go quietly The battle lines are drawn, and comedic chaos ensues With a delightfully demented cast and enough metaphoric mayhem to power a bulldozer aimed at the educational status quo, S.C.R.E.W.E.D is another perfect storm of fury, fun, and foreshadowing from the gloriously twisted mind that gave you Why Are All the Good Teachers Crazy
Recent Comments "S.C.R.E.W.E.D.: An Educational Fairytale"
At the end of every year I, [as a teacher] tend to ignore the tsumami of positive feedback and love, instead choosing to (almost self-abusively) focus on what I did wrong and what I can improve upon. This, my second book, was much like that. I am proud of my honest, albeit a bit hyperbolic, voice, but I see all of the areas I can improve upon with book III. Please know that I am always honored and thrilled when teachers contact me on Facebook, Twitter, etc. with positive and supportive comments. [...]
This book is not for everyone. For me, the cynicism, violence directed at students, and overall dark tone were over the top. The book was probably aiming at some justified social criticism about how we hamstring teachers and let lack of discipline ruin the educational process, but the author's imagined solution was too extreme to make good reading - at least for me.
I read this book on my kindle. There were ALOT of formatting errors on the kindle version. There were many words that were missing spaces, it was kind of ironic in a book on the problems with the educational system that no one bothered to proof read the kindle edition.
The first book by Step was a memoir; this is a wish. I wish I worked in this world!
You need to read "Why Are All the Good Teachers Crazy?" FIRST - then this one.
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