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NEA: Trojan Horse in American Education, 2011

"Although this book was first published in 1984, everything in it is as relevant today as when it was first published. If anything, the NEA has simply moved even further to the left than it was back them. It has simply adopted all of the politically correct trends of the far left. The history behind all of this has not changed. Thus, the NEA's influence in American education as a force of the left is still a fact that parents of children in the ...
  
  











  



  
Is Public Education Necessary?
Samuel L. Blumenfeld

American Vision, 2011

In early American history, a literate and well-educated majority of Americans thrived without a national, tax-funded educational program. In fact, few of the men who signed the Declaration of Independence and drafted the U.S. Constitution had ever seen a public school, and yet they benefited from a free system of education vastly superior to the imagined benefits of today's state-controlled schooling. What happened over the course of the last ...
  
  











  



  
How To Tutor
Samuel L. Blumenfeld

Paradigm Co., 1973

How To Tutor, by famed writer Samuel L. Blumenfeld, first available 38 years ago has without change continued to be an outstanding resource to teach the Three R's.  It has not changed because it works so well.  It is a whole school in one book for only $ 29.95.  Its three parts are (1) Sam Blumenfeld's amazingly easy to teach systematic, intensive phonics READING instruction program. (2) His effective CURSIVE HANDWRITING program and (3) his ...
  
  











  



  
How to Tutor
Samuel L. Blumenfeld

Storehouse Press, 2014

You Can Teach the Three R's! In How to Tutor: A Step-by-Step Guide to Teaching the 3 R's, renowned author and educator Samuel Blumenfeld demystifies primary education. You'll learn that you can teach subjects you already know without requiring specialized academic training or degrees, and that countless generations have proven that basic academics can be taught by any literate person. You will be taught to teach as you follow these ...
  
  











  



  
Blumenfeld Oral Reading assessment Test
Samuel L. Blumenfeld

Paradigm Co., 1991

The Blumenfeld Oral Reading Assessment Test created by noted reading expert/author Samuel L. Blumenfeld. Enables teacher/parent to determine aproximate reading grade level (2-12) of any reader, of any age. Easy to administer. Takes about 30 minutes to take. Anyone can give the test to a student. It includes complete, simple instructions for the person conducting the Test. (Since it is an ORAL test there is also Audio pronunciation CD is ...
  
  











  



  
How to tutor
Samuel L Blumenfeld

Arlington House, 1973

Some shelf and edge wear, small tears and creasing to dust jacket. Pages are clean and binding is tight. Solid Book.
  
  











  



  
The new illiterates--and how you can keep your child from becoming one
Samuel L Blumenfeld

Arlington House, 1973

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NEA: Trojan Horse in American Education
Samuel L. Blumenfeld

The Paradigm Co., 1984

NEA: Trojan Horse in American Education
  
  











  



  
Marlowe-Shakespeare Connection: A New Study of the Authorship Question
Samuel L. Blumenfeld

McFarland, 2008

This book addresses the long-standing debate over the Shakespeare authorship problem and offers a daring solution: that the true author of the works attributed to Shakespeare was in fact poet and playwright Christopher Marlowe. The author suggests that Marlowe, supposedly killed in a tavern brawl in 1593, actually faked his own death in order to save himself from an inquisition and certain execution, then continued writing under the pseudonym of ...
  
  











  



  
Alpha-Phonics: A Primer For Beginning Readers 39th (thirty-ninth) printing by Samuel L. Blumenfeld (1999) ...
Samuel L. Blumenfeld

The Paradigm Company, 1115

Edition:39th printing
  
  











  



  
Thunder Out of Boston : Collected Columns of the Most Controversial Commentator in America
Chuck Morse, Samuel L. Blumenfeld

iUniverse, 2000

Chuck Morse, Boston’s “Radio Voice of Reason,” is perhaps the most controversial talk-show commentator in America. A self-described “politically conservative Jew,” he offers a unique and fresh perspective on contemporary political events and their impact on societal trends.
  
  











  



  
The Whole Language/Obe Fraud: The Shocking Story of How America Is Being Dumbed Down by Its Own Education ...
Samuel L. Blumenfeld

Paradigm Co, 1995

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Alpha-Phonics Book Including CD ROM Version
Samuel L. Blumenfeld

Paradigm Co., 2014

Alpha-Phonics book now includes the CD ROM* version FREE! The $ 34.95 Book now comes with the complete $ 39.95 CD ROM Version included INSIDE the book; both for the price of the Book only: just $ 34.95! You get BOTH for only $ 34.95. These are the SAME high quality Books available since 1985 and the same high quality CD ROM Version available since 2001(CD ROM is for PC only, NOT Mac). The quality has not been cut; only the price has been cut. ...
  
  











  



  
The victims of "Dick and Jane"
Samuel L Blumenfeld

America's Future, Inc, 1982

A collection of essays showing the causes for the deline in America's public education. Mr. Bluemenfeld chronicles the beginnings of the look-say method of reading and the devestating results this methodology has had on America's children. In addition, he discusses sex education and death education. He shows how humanism has become the prominent philosophy behind these changes in Americal education that have left graduates of America's public ...
  
  











  



  
Homeschooling: A Parents Guide to Teaching Children
Samuel L. Blumenfeld

Replica Books, 1999

More and more parents today are disillusioned with public education. Instead of merely tolerating a faulty system, expanding numbers of parents are turning to alternative education for their children. Homeschooling describes what homeschooling is all about, helps parents decide whether or not this choice fits their family lifestyle, covers virtually every aspect of homeschooling, and more.
  
  











  



  
The How and Why of Home Schooling
Ray E. Ballmann

Crossway Books, 1995

This new, expanded edition of The How and Why of Home Schooling not only makes a persuasive case for home schooling but gives practical guidelines for successfully teaching your children at home. It is also a comprehensive resource--providing information on available curricula, support groups, and legal defense organizations, and highlighting seminars and radio programs for home educators. If God has called you to home schooling, or if ...
  
  











  








   



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