By Paul Tough (2013)
Pages: 256, Final verdict: Should-read
Are the children with the highest test scores more likely to succeed in life? As
the United States spend over $550 billion a year on public elementary and
secondary education, this question is always on the forefront of political
The Well-Educated Mind [https://amzn.to/2J90L8t], by Susan Wise Bauer (2003)
Pages: 432,Final verdict: Great-readI have realised a strange paradox recently.
Even though the mankind reached the highest literacy rate ever in history (on
average), the influence of ads, mass media, gerrymandering, conspirators or
populism have risen with...
By Salman Khan (2012)
Pages: 272, Final verdict: Should-read
Considered by Bill Gates one of the people with the potential to impact our
world the most, Salman Kahn has become a symbol for the new forward-thinking era
of education. And after 365 million views on their videos, and more than...