Roger Moody’s New Book ‘Big Education’ Presents a Closer Look Into the Impact of the 2019 Pandemic on the Educational System in America and the World

Fulton Books author Roger Moody, a promising educator, has completed his most recent book “Big Education”: an informative and compelling read about how education is changing and how the change has gotten stronger this past year as the world is challenged by a global crisis. The author discusses the current system and the COVID-19 pandemic that forced everyone to adjust to a new level of teaching and learning.
Roger writes, “There’s no question that our American educational system is at a crossroads. The fact that only 20% of high school students graduate is horrifying. American students placing 37th in industrial nations is cause for great alarm.
“The extreme emphasis on standardized testing and college placement ignores the injustices our youth experience. This cannot continue if our system is to meet each student’s learning needs and give them life skills.
“Moody includes a discussion on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic with suggestions for parents, concerned citizens, educators and politicians to navigate this critical crossroads safely.
“My love for students and my many years of experience in education come together with valuable information to help us mend our broken educational system.”
Published by Fulton Books, Roger Moody’s book forges an important discourse that aims to navigate people into coping with and mending the mess and disorder brought by current issues.
This manuscript is, at most, eye-opening and a great roadmap for the student body and many institutions.
Readers who wish to experience this stirring work can purchase “Big Education” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books