Introducing Frederick Wulff, author of Education Gone Awry: Getting Back on Track with Logic and Essential Values

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Frederick Wulff was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. Currently he is a retired professor at Martin Luther College of New Ulm, Minnesota where he himself had graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree. While employed as a school principal in Metro Milwaukee, he earned his Master’s Degree in History at UWM. He pursued his Ph.D in history from TCU (Texas Christian University). Further studies in the history of England were taken at Oxford University in England. Previously published books include Alexander McKee: the Great White Elk. (2013), Sunshine and Rain in the Mist of the Cold War (2013), Speaking Out (2014), Detroit: Past, Present and Future (2014), Visiting Black America (2015), Meet Me in St. Louis: A Guidebook (2016) and Aging with Faith and Common Sense (2017). Aside from a love of history, the author’s other passion is for travel, which has led him to tour extensively in all 50 U. S. states and over 90 foreign countries.

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Book description…

Common Sense for Teachers and Parents. This book is not written for the elite and sophisticated educator; rather it is just a book for parents and teachers to promote the common sense approach to education. Good common sense can be described as the knack for seeing things as they are, and doing things as they ought to be done. Teachers may be smart, dedicated and well educated with the latest progressive methodology, but still fall short in helping children learn. The old school of learning had its faults, yet there were some basic healthy grains among the shaft-grains discarded by elitists. Educators and parents should take another look at education in our schools today. As a Christian, the author finds much wisdom and common sense in the Bible for teaching children. Even non-Christians might find merit in some of those passages that are still timeless: “He gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to the discerning” (Daniel 2:21 NIV).