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Fuller On Rankism In Schools, Part 1

December 24, 2013

Excerpted from Somebodies and Nobodies, by Robert W. Fuller:

The reason so many students – regardless of color – withhold their hearts and minds from learning can be traced to the fact that their top priority and constant concern is to shield themselves from the rankism that permeates education from kindergarten to graduate school.

Rankism erodes the will to learn, distorts personal relationships, taxes economic productivity, and stokes ethnic hatred. It is the cause of dysfunctionality, and sometimes even violence, in families, schools, and the workplace.

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