About the Book
What’s wrong with education in America?
There’s good and there’s evil, and the battle between them is destroying a generation of innocent youngsters. Having spent thirty-four years teaching in American suburbia, author Robert Joseph Foley is well qualified to shed light on a system that is, on all levels, destructive and incompetent. Drawing on his experiences, The Consequences of Playing God was born, a mordant satire peppered with impossible-to-forget characters and incidents.
At times harrowing and diabolical, at times both moving and hilarious, these “Tales from Lingor High” show the thin line that exists between tragedy and farce. When all is said and done, it is the children who will be remembered. A compelling book, The Consequences of Playing God is sure to haunt you forever.