Being Schooled- What This Teacher Learned In The American School System

Leet shares her twelve years of teaching journals giving readers an honest look inside her school and classroom. She had valid concerns including teachers leaving in droves and escalating behavior problems. This book may have readers looking in the mirror saying to themselves; how do I value a teacher, children, parenting and marriage? Get ready for a wave of emotions as you read her book! More

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About Rhonda Leet

Rhonda Leet received her bachelor's degree in education from St. Norbert College, De Pere, Wisconsin and a master's degree in education from Lesley University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. She taught for twelve years in one of the largest school districts in Wisconsin.
Leet resides in a small rural town in Wisconsin with her adoring handyman husband. They have a "farmette" with sheep, chickens, and always a barn cat. She enjoys reading, taking daily walks, riding her bike and gardening, and she continues to teach from her humble farmette to anyone who pays her a visit.


Review by: blemmens10 on July 20, 2015 : (no rating)
Insightful book on how the inner workings of a large school district that really makes you think about what is going on on your child's school.
A must read for parents and people who are considering a future in this profession.
Knowing that teachers and staff get treated so poorly makes you have more respect for the people who TEACH your children. These people are the main people to influence your child's behaviors and views of the world around them.
Caring, loving teachers with a strong value system and a down to earth realization of what is needed in a structured school day is a rare find these days.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
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