In one fascinating chapter after another, Christopher Collier depicts in hitherto little known detail just what went on inside Connecticut's public school classrooms as they changed from era to era over 350 years of the state's history.
Written as a descriptive narrative for the interested layman, professional educators, and lawyers and legislators will find much that is new. Comprehensively indexed, with an elaborate table of contents and a table of 87 court decisions discussed in the book, and a bibliography of over 400 items, this volume will remain a work of first reference for decades. Only 200 copies in print.
Purchase orders or checks should be sent to Clearwater Press, 344 West River Road, Orange, CT 06477. The price of this 900-page book is $200.00. Non-profits need add no tax; others should add $12. All orders should include $3.50 shipping.
This 237-page volume includes essays by the authors dealing with their method of collaboration, how they deal with censorship, and the use of historical fiction in the classroom. The heart of the book is a volume-by-volume analysis and discussion of each of the Colliers' eight historical novels. Forty-two illustrations.
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