It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education.

Albert Einstein (paraphrase)

PUBLIC EDUCATION AND YOUR CHILD--
BEHIND THE CLASSROOM DOORS

      American Teachers, a series by T. Lloyd Winetsky, reveals a spectrum of teachers' behavior from bitter cynicism to uplifting idealism.

      Northwest author and teacher, T. Lloyd Winetsky, incorporates forty-plus years in urban and rural education in several states with students of all ages and various cultures into his realistic novels that also deal with topics not isolated from our daily classrooms: racism and cultural conflict, political upheaval, blind bureaucracy, medical malpractice, apathy, natural calamity, substance abuse, physical abuse, and clinical depression. These intense issues are balanced by personal stories with redemptive qualities that leave room for hope without stooping to trite outcomes.

      Pen-L Publications, in cooperation with the author, is proud to republish the first two books in the series along with the third, already a Pen-L title.

THE AMERICAN TEACHERS SERIES:

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BOOK IV:
BELAGANA-BELAZANA
COMING IN 2016

   When a middle-aged, divorced English teacher finds himself assigned as a counselor and PE teacher in a small Navajo town, he and his assistant struggle with bureaucracy, cultural friction, and natural forces in order to best serve their students.

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