From the Publisher
School's Out examines the alternatives to failing public schools. It offers parents the means to give their children a real education that prepares them for life as adults. It includes examples and anecdotes from the writer's thirty-six years of teaching and counseling children in the public schools of San Francisco. School's Out guides parents in planning and carrying out a sound educational program with references to print and electronic sources, teaching techniques, and psychological principles in mentoring their children.