The Teacher Who Couldn't Read by John Corcoran
One Man's Triumph Over Illiteracy

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Here is the incredible true story of a smart kid who slipped through the system and became part of it. John Corcoran graduated from high school and college and went on to become a high school teacher--but he never learned how to read. Corcoran shares his amazing experiences of using deception to survive in a world of literates, and he clearly defines what schools, teachers, churches, and parents can do to conquer the little-known but widely spread disease of our educational system: illiteracy.

About John Corcoran

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John Corcoran has worked as an entertainment reporter, critic & feature reporter in TV stations in Washington, DC, Boston & Los Angeles, earning Emmys in each market. He has been a radio talk show host, after-dinner speaker, freelance writer, columnist & author. He wants you to know he is not Johnnie Cochran the lawyer, or John Cochran the network newscaster.
Published September 1, 2001 by Brehon Publishing Company. 272 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Self Help, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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