Jonathan Kozol | Criticism

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Jonathan Kozol.
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[Free Schools is] an indispensable handbook for any group planning to establish a free school. [Kozol] aims it at the underprivileged, non-white people, the ones who cannot easily escape to a Vermont farm but must get educated in Watts or Harlem….

[Kozol's] plans are terribly practical, his book is awe-inspiring. It makes a great deal of sense that he was fired from the public school system, for nothing proves as devasting as breaking the machine by using its own parts.

Jonathan Kozol writes of schools, but in essence, teaches about life. (p. 92)

Toby Goldstein, "Up in the Morning and Off to School," in Crawdaddy (copyright © 1972 by Crawdaddy Publishing Co., Inc.; all rights reserved; reprinted by permission), December, 1972, pp. 91-2.∗

Jonathan Kozol was one of those few eloquent, anguished teachers of the late '60's who forced our awareness of the early death our educational system deals to ghetto...

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