Its stories of the day-to-day experiences of teachers convey frustration, but also lead into its calls to action. Indeed, the book has systemic reform in mind, and beyond its bleak revelations and forecasts are encouraging stories about good educators who help their students to thrive....100 Ways to Kill a Teacher is an educators’ guide that exposes problems in Canadian public education and suggests means of improvement."
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