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5: The Post-Diaper Rat Race & Testing for Caldwell Brokers p. 222: "Pressure is pushing kids to the limit."

Suryaraman and Bartindale, "School takes action, but pressure to excel remains."

p. 223: In the 1960s, only 4 percent of children were enrolled ... are placed in pre-schools. Tyagi and Warren, Tyagi and Warren, Two-Income Trap Two-Income Trap, 37.

p. 223: Chicago public school district pre-school tuition was $6,500 per year, more than the tuition at the University of Illinois.

Ibid., 389.



p. 223: ...the recent securities fraud case of Citigroup chairman Sandy Weill and star telecoms analyst Jack Grubman ... Dan Ackman, "Weill-Grubman dealings were child's play," Dan Ackman, "Weill-Grubman dealings were child's play," Forbes Forbes, November 14, 2002.

p. 224: ...a New York New York magazine article about an ambitious couple and their four-yearold boy named Andrew ... magazine article about an ambitious couple and their four-yearold boy named Andrew ...

Ralph Gardner, Jr., "Four and failing," New York New York, November 15, 1999.

6: Globalization High p. 225226: Kim Mohnike, an English teacher at Saratoga ... students is the grade."

Suryaraman and Bartindale, "School takes action, but pressure to excel remains."

p. 384: As Todd Dwyer, a popular economics teacher at Saratoga High ... under a bridge. Todd Dwyer, "San Jose cheating was an aberration," Todd Dwyer, "San Jose cheating was an aberration," San Jose Mercury News San Jose Mercury News, June 4, 2004.

7: The Groaning Horde p. 227228: S. Muthiah, writing for an Indian newspaper ... Their focus is the classroom -and exams."

S. Muthiah, "Silicon Valley sojourn: Get SAT, Go!" Hindu Hindu, April 25, 2004.

8: Every Child Left Behind p. 229: "It wasn't just Grandma Millie who had money stolen, it was our children." Bryan Corliss, "Enron case tied to school costs," Bryan Corliss, "Enron case tied to school costs," Everett (Wash.) Daily Herald Everett (Wash.) Daily Herald, July 2, 2004.

p. 230: "When this election [in 2000] comes Bush will f.u.c.king whack this shit, man."

"Enron traders caught on tape," KUTV.com, June 1, 2004.

p. 230: "We will not take any action that makes California's problems ... President George W. Bush Ibid.

p. 230: some three thousand schools and four million children were dropped from the school lunch program ... "School Lunch Programs," "School Lunch Programs," American Federation of State, County, and Munic.i.p.al Employees Federation Resolution American Federation of State, County, and Munic.i.p.al Employees Federation Resolution, Resolution No. 38, June 21, 1982, http://www.afscme.org/about/resolute/1982/r25-038.htm.

p. 230: In 1999, one in every six children lived in poverty ... France, Belgium, and Austria.

Sue Pleming, "Report: One in six U.S. children lives in poverty," Reuters, April 19, 2001.

10: From Columbine to Bin Laden p. 232-230: On February 9, 2004, just as the Saratoga school district was debating what to do about their crisis, Jon Romano ...

Danielle Furfaro and Brendan Lyons, "A warning, then gunfire. Student, 16, charged in shooting that wounded high school teacher," Albany Times-Union Albany Times-Union, February 10, 2004; Kate Perry, "District, students seeking answers: Columbia High classes resume in wake of Monday's shooting incident," Troy Record Troy Record, February 11, 2004.

p. 233: The following day, Tuesday, February 10, police were called into nearby Corinth High School ... Jim Kinney, "Corinth police check out suspicious writing at school," Jim Kinney, "Corinth police check out suspicious writing at school," Saratogan Saratogan, February 11, 2004.

p. 233: As of early February, 2004, there were twenty-one shootings with thirty-six school-related deaths, according to Kenneth Trump ...

Rick Carlin, "School-related violence on rise in U.S.," Albany Union-Tribun Albany Union-Tribune, February 10, 2004.

p. 233235: Charles Bishop, piloted a small plane into an office high-rise in Tampa ... nuclear bomb left over from the 1967 Israeli-Syrian war." Brad Hunter and Malcolm Balfour, "Kamikaze teen 'Was no loner,'" Brad Hunter and Malcolm Balfour, "Kamikaze teen 'Was no loner,'" New York Post New York Post, January 8, 2002; "Teachers: 'Sweet boy' showed no signs of suicide flight, Flyer's family 'appalled and devastated,'" CNN, January 7, 2002. http://archives.ccn.com/ 2002/US/01/07/plane.crash.suicide/; "Teen pilot was prescribed drug linked to suicide," USA Today USA Today, January 8, 2002; Shankar Vedantam, "Plane crash reinforces that Accutane can cause suicide," Washington Post Washington Post, January 11, 2002.

11: Move On or Get Over It!

p. 236: "We'd like to think that [Superintendent Cynthia Hall Ranii is] sincere in helping the family move on."

Elisa Banducci, Crystal Carreon, and Maya Suryaraman, "Student to face bomb plot charges," San Jose Mercury News San Jose Mercury News, February 4, 2004.

p. 237: "You start hearing talk about 'moving beyond this.'" Newman, Newman, Rampage Rampage, 217.

p. 237: Beverly Ashford, a Westside teacher, told the interviewers ..." Ibid., 224.

p. 237: Mary Curtis, a teacher caught in the crossfire, told the Harvard team, "I heard secretaries ..." Ibid ., 216. ., 216.

p. 237: The mother of one Jonesboro victim said, "The people I work with avoid me ..."

Larry Furgate, "Westside shooting survivors reflect as anniversary nears," Jonesboro Sun Jonesboro Sun, March 22, 2003.

p. 237: Betsy Woods, a Jonesboro counselor, told the Harvard interviewers ..." Newman, Newman, Rampage Rampage, 215.

p. 237: "The kids who continued to attend were sometimes mocked by classmates ..." Ibid ., 217. ., 217.

p. 237: "Some students complained to their teachers that their parents would not listen to them, saying instead, 'It's time to get over it.'" Ibid ., 224. ., 224.

p. 237: On the messageboard of Techrepublic.com linking to an article titled "Lost your job? Don't look overseas."

http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-6230-0.html?forumID=10&threadID=153619 &start=0&tag=search.

p. 238: Britt Hume of FoxNews attacked the soldier's families, saying "[Y]ou have to feel like saying to people, 'Just get over it.'"

"Fox News pundit Brit Hume tells families of dead American soldiers to 'Just Get Over it,'" Counterbias.com Counterbias.com, March 28, 2004, http://www.counterbias.com/ news004.html p. 238: Paul O'Rear wrote, "Several months after Dad's death ...'" Paul O'Rear, "Get Over it?" Paul O'Rear, "Get Over it?" Waxahackie Daily Light Waxahackie Daily Light, October 23, 1997.

p. 238: Nancy Ruhe, executive director of Parents of Murdered Children in Cincinnati, told CNN ...

"Killer taunts victim's family over the Internet," associated Press, January 13, 2004.

p. 238: "That is a telling illustration of where we are as a community ... Newman, Newman, Rampage Rampage, 225.

p. 238: "Just when is it going to end?" Susan Miller, a Westside administrator ... Ibid., 226.

p. 239: One teacher who cared for the children at the blood-spattered shooting scene ... Ibid., 226, 372.

POST SCRIPT:.

p. 242: Take this example from National Review National Review editor Stanley Kurtz ... Soviet's took note." editor Stanley Kurtz ... Soviet's took note." Stanley Kurtz, "A Lesson in Backbone," Stanley Kurtz, "A Lesson in Backbone," National Review National Review, June 7, 2004, http://www.nationalreview.com/kurtz/kurtz200406070917.asp.





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