Review EDU January 1973 JONATHAN KOZOL MICHAEL ROSSMAN
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Issue Date: JANUARY, 1973; VolUME LV, NUMBER 50; December 9, 1972, Education
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COVER: Father and Son: Learning Life From Love. Up against the Money Wall. All about the Game Game. Cover: Stephen Osborne.
MOVING ON -- TO NOWHERE By Jonathan Kozol. "Schoot says to us: You did a real thing. You had your class discussion about race and ethics Now go on to your next subject.' " Jonathan Kozol, in this far-ranging essay, describes how the habit of 'movin' on," picked up in public school, becomes "a low-cost way of telling ourselves that we are not bad fellows, and yet of obviating all deep, serious, or risk-taking action.".
A RAP ON GRASS By Victor Perera. Novelist Perera teaches at the University of California, Santa Cruz -- a school that has long had the reputation of being a doper's campus. Recently, he had a frank talk with his students and found that it's become cool to turn down grass.
THE SELLING OF THE DEITY, 1973 By Edward B. Fiske. How does one go about marketing the Almighty? Our reporter dropped in on a party thrown by Religion in American Life, Inc., to find out.
EDITORIAL: THREE BACK FROM LIMBO By Ronald P. Kriss. Juan Peron, Willy Brandt, and Richard Nixon have precious little in common except for this -- all were once consigned to political limbo, yet all are now riding high.
OF SPIDER WEBS AND SNAILS -- A FATHER'S TALE By Michael Rossman. A cottage garden, a big black dog, and all the little creeping, crawling things become a young boy's teachers as his father looks on and manages most of the time not to say no.
FRATERNITY By Peter A. Janssen. Fraternities may be coming back -- but, then, perhaps they never left. In Texas our writer visits the DU house at UT.
HOW TO BEAT SERRANO: RULES FOR THE RICH By Charles S. Benson. An authority on education finance takes a whimsical look at how the rich might (and probably will) try to avoid equalization of school spending.
LEARNING FAIR By Susan Sands.
"Super ecstatic"? "Completely credible"? That's what they said it would be. An event designed to turn on adults, and kids, to new ways of learning.
THE UNIVERSITY LEADER By Warren Bennis.
Four am. in the office and a weary president discovers the unwitting conspiracy to keep him there twenty-four hours a day.
HANSEL AND GRETEL By Arthur Pearl.
Two babes in the wood pass up the apple of knowledge for a gingerbread "free school.".
OPEN ADMISSIONS: AN OPEN- AND-SHUT CASE? By Kenneth Libo and Edward Stewart. Undertaken as a gesture of political and racial conciliation, "open admissions" has taken firm root at CUNY. What has been the effect on students? On the institution?.
WHEN THE MONEY STOPS By Benjamin DeMott. Is the era of massive federal spending on education coming to a close? If so, it may be the best thing that ever happened to the Office of Education.
THE GAME GAME -- OR, WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM AN OOBI By James F. Fixx. The peopte, the planning, and the theories behind games -- and why we play them.
Virginia Woolf By Quentin Bell. Reviewed by Benjamin DeMott.
The Odessa File By Frederick Forsyth. Reviewed by Michael Crichton.
Books for Children By Karla Kuskin.
The 10 Cult By Evelyn Sharp.
P.S. Your Not Listening By Eleanor Craig.
The Persian Boy By Mary Renault.
MUSIC: Leinsdorf Forges the Met's Ring Anew By Irving Kolodin.
TRAVEL: The Bugs in BART By Karsten Pragel.
DANCE: Ballet in Brooklyn By Walter Terry.
FILMS: Domesticity Without Disney By Arthur Knight.
GAMES: Wit Twister; Literary Crypt; Kingsley Double-Crostic No. 2018.
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