Working Americans: Educators

“The primary-source material makes it worth a look. This work is appropriate for large public and academic libraries.”
- Library Journal

“This volume serves as an outstanding overview of how the U.S. educational system has evolved over time and the innovative techniques it has used and hurdles it has overcome. The author has based his profiles on real people and events, utilizing diaries, letters, biographies, interviews, and magazine articles. This work is highly recommended for school libraries from middle school through high school as well as college libraries from community college through graduate school. It should also be found in public libraries of every size.”

“This is a sound resource best suited for larger public and academic libraries, particularly those serving education programs.”
- Booklist