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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
If It's Broken Don't Fix it - A Candid Look at our Complacent Education System by Sinhue Noriega is an interesting book dealing with the author's view point on the prevailing education system. He describes the system as broken and complacent. He calls the current education system a national tragedy. The book takes you on a tour of the system of public education. The author reveals that normally what is preached is never practiced.
I enjoyed the book. It exposes the flawed education system prevailing in our society now. Education plays a key role in shaping the future of any individual, so it is important that they should be given the best possible education. The author feels education should be progressive, giving students the chance to discover their potential with help of teachers and develop it.
This book is a must read for all teachers, academicians, professionals, administrators, and even parents. The author had made it a point to speak about all the educational aspects in detail. The decline in the education system is a cause of concern for all and the author speaks about it brilliantly.
'We are in a business that rewards attendance rather than performance, and teachers are the framework of that business' - the author has brilliantly encapsulated the realities of the system. The dedication to teach is lacking among the teachers, with the interference from parents being a hindrance.