Miss? #2020

Miss? Laurel McHargue Miss UPDATED with an editorial by the author Flap Your Wings and maybe stomp your feet a little Written with love humor compassion and exasperation Miss a contemporary novel based on actual events expo

  • Title: Miss?
  • Author: Laurel McHargue
  • ISBN: 9781493647705
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Paperback
  • Miss? Laurel McHargue UPDATED with an editorial by the author Flap Your Wings and maybe stomp your feet a little Written with love, humor, compassion, and exasperation, Miss a contemporary novel based on actual events exposes the failure of our current public education system McHargue presents an insider s view of the issues that teachers in schools across the nation are too afraid toUPDATED with an editorial by the author Flap Your Wings and maybe stomp your feet a little Written with love, humor, compassion, and exasperation, Miss a contemporary novel based on actual events exposes the failure of our current public education system McHargue presents an insider s view of the issues that teachers in schools across the nation are too afraid to discuss openly for fear of recrimination, and provides a glimpse of the challenges facing today s students Maggie McCauley a feisty young Army veteran believes that her new life as a 7th grade English teacher will be a breeze She finds out quickly how very wrong she is through inept school administrators and an inappropriate security guard who ultimately resorts to violence Despite daily challenges to her authority, however, Maggie finds ways to reach her struggling students, and must ultimately make painful decisions about her future.
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    1. I loved this book I could not put it down The story intrigued me from the beginning, and the characters really came to life I received this book as a gift and opened it for the first time on a September morning last year thinking that I would read for a few minutes while eating breakfast After the first few pages, however, I was hooked and couldn t put it down Those few minutes quickly turned into a few hours as I became immersed in this heartwarming story of an Army veteran s first year teachin [...]

    2. Before I had my own kids I was a behavior counselor to inner city elementary school students It was a hard and thankless job I lasted less than 2 years before I was burned out The stories told in Miss , by Laurel McHargue, remind me of my own time working with troubled youth It is heartbreaking subject matter, but I m so glad McHargue has told her story because it s important This is an especially great read for book clubs SynopsisMaggie McCauley is fresh out of the army and lands a job at a fai [...]

    3. I really enjoyed this book and the way the author was able to express the issues of being a teacher and the struggles that come from not only students but the state and teachers around her I feel that knowing the author and actually having her as a teacher made this book so much better and I was able to see the crazy outfits, facial expressions and times distress.

    4. An honest and engaging novel that boldly raises the many issues with the public school system while remaining relatable and enjoyable to read While it is an obvious recommendation for teachers, I would encourage anyone to read it, not only because it s a good book, but because the problems it discusses affect the entire population, whether or not we realize it.

    5. I LOVED this book Despite all the shortcomings in our education system, these inner city kids and their wonderful new teacher made a heartwarming story There was sadness, humor, love, grief, losse story ran the gamut of emotions, and did it very well

    6. This book really showed some of the ridiculous things that teachers are required to do I enjoyed reading it I loved her clever ways of getting her lessons across to the students.

    7. This was a heartwarming good read I think the humor was properly placed and overall the story was good I wish was done with it but as it stands it was worth the read.

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