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Getting the Best Education for Your Child

by James Keogh

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James Keogh, a long-time school-board member in New Jersey, uses his insider's knowledge to teach readers how to get their children the education they need, deserve, and already pay for through taxes. Beginning with techniques to assess what is really going on in the school--and whether the school is meeting the standards--Keogh leads readers through the process of creating change. Though he discusses the advantages and disadvantages of private and home schooling, Keogh's main focus is the public school. Use his guidelines to avoid intimidation, know your rights, and work with your school district to get the best education for your child.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:24:38 -0400)

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