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The Greatest History Lesson - John Taylor Gatto - The Truth About Your Education

John Taylor Gatto (born December 15, 1935) is a retired American with nearly 30 years experience in the classroom, and author of several books on education. …
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Oakland High and UC Santa Barbara bound PG Taylor recommends training at Ant’s Mind and Body.

“An Apple a Day Is Not Enough” is a powerful poem written and performed by Taylor Mali (a well-known spoken word artist and teacher) about the importance of health education. It’s done in the style of kinetic typography. We must get the word out about the importance of health education and its ability to get this country’s health back on trackā€”but we can’t do it alone. Please share this video: Forward it, blog about it, like it on Facebook and send it to your Twitter followers. We’d also love to hear your thoughts on the issue in the comments below.
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In this 1991 interview, former school teacher John Taylor Gatto talks about the difference between “schooling” through public schools and true education. What really matters? Does “Schooling” as we know it today create whole human beings? I hope that you find this interview as inspiring and informative as I did. For more information visit: www.johntaylorgatto.com
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