The Knowledge Gap is a book about the hidden cause of America’s broken education system, and how to fix it. The author, Natalie Wexler, discusses the importance of early childhood education and provides solutions for improving educational outcomes for all students.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for parents, educators, and policymakers who are interested in improving educational outcomes for all students.
- The author provides a clear and concise overview of the problem, as well as potential solutions.
- The book is easy to read and covers a lot of ground in a short amount of time.
- It’s an important topic that deserves more attention, and this book helps to bring it to light.
- The author provides few solutions for improving educational outcomes in rural areas or with students who are struggling academically.
- The author focuses too heavily on the importance of early childhood education and does not adequately address other factors that contribute to the broken education system.
- The book is repetitive and lacks detail
Learn more about the author
Natalie Wexler is a writer and educator. She has written for The Atlantic, Slate, The New York Times Book Review, and other publications. Natalie has also taught writing at Columbia University and Wesleyan University.
“This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the challenges facing our education system and how we can work together to overcome them. Natalie Wexler provides clear, concise explanations of complex issues and offers insightful solutions that would benefit students of all ages.”
“This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to improve our education system. Natalie Wexler provides compelling evidence that the root of our problems lies in the knowledge gap – the disparity between what students know and what they need to know in order to be successful. She offers realistic solutions that will help us close this gap, and her passion for improving education is infectious.”
“An important, insightful book that offers practical solutions to a critical issue. Natalie Wexler has done a great service in bringing attention to the importance of early childhood education and highlighting the ways we can close the knowledge gap.”
“A passionate and insightful book about the need for early childhood education. Wexler provides solutions that will benefit students, educators, and our country as a whole.”