One of the main reasons that I am so passionate about good education is my own experience of bad education. Many moons ago, back in my native England, I received the sort of education that is now all too common in public schools across the United States. It was in the East End of London, in the 1970s, that I endured being indoctrinated into the creedless creeds of relativism and secular fundamentalism. Today, across the abyss of the years, I can still picture myself in the classroom.
I recall my English Literature teacher, young, attractive and clueless, butchering Romeo and Juliet

Praise the Lord

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