Confessions of a Headmaster
DescriptionIn this entertaining and inspiring memoir, renowned educator Paul Cummins candidly shares his journey from privileged kid and ivory-tower scholar to hands-on progressive educator, working to achieve social justice through education for all youth: from children of celebrities to foster and incarcerated youth and those facing sometimes unimaginable circumstantial hurdles to education and accomplishment--proving time and again that all children can succeed given appropriate support.
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About the Author
"In a book that is both a memoir and manifesto for education reform, Cummins . . . chronicles his remarkable career as a teacher, headmaster, and school founder. . . . An inspiring memoir of a determined man committed to social change."