Lives on the Boundary: A Moving Account of the Struggles and Achievements of America's Educationally Unprepared - pp. 85-101 Summary & Analysis

Mike Rose (educator)
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pp. 85-101 Summary and Analysis

Mike has now dropped out of graduate school at UCLA and is working in the Teacher Corps, one of the Great Society programs. This program sent teams of volunteers to help out in depressed area school districts. Their team of five would soon be sent to El Monte and would also be taking courses at USC, as part of the requirement of the program. One of the members of his team, Lillian is showing him around the area. They visit various places in El Monte, since this is part of the requirements of the Teachers Corps.

Rose and the other three interns were assigned to two schools in the center of El Monte. There were factories and commercial establishments around the schools but the other areas were residential. Mike, Lillian, Joe and Monica, the team, spent three days of...

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