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BRUCE DEITRICK PRICE is a life-long novelist, painter, poet and essayist. Along the way, he was always fascinated by education: the subjects that are taught; the methods used to teach them; and why the whole process isn't more skillfully organized.

For a Short Bio (& Two True Stories), click here.


 1: "Saving K-12--What happened to our public schools?
How do we fix them?"
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2: Delivered two speeches at education conference
in Milan, Oct. 2017
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It's elementary, my dear Watson. The only way we save education is that 
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NB: starts from a profound concern for school, student, and teacher. “Educators,” on this site, never refers to teachers. It refers to the managers at the top, people with PhD's in Education. The more you study education in the US, over the last century, the more you suspect that most of these so-called educators are far-left ideologues. It's a sad story; for more of it, please see "21: A Tribute to Rudolf Flesch."


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