Rescuing our Underachieving Sons:
Raising the Aspirations of Underachieving Boys
By: Dr. James S. Brown, M.A., M.Ed., Ed.D.
Among the many serious issues that parents, teachers, and all of society are facing today is the underachievement of boys in the education system. But how can this issue be addressed? Where can those concerned find the best resolution to this problem? Dr. Brown helps parents, teachers, and the society look into this crucial issue as he provides knowledge and insights in his new book, Rescuing our Underachieving Sons.
Rescuing Our Underachieving Sons is a book written for school administrators, teachers, and parents with very young or school-age sons. This book offers an analysis of one of the really serious issues faced by parents, teachers and all of society, that of the underachievement of boys in the education system. Superbly documented, the book examines how parents, the education system and society itself all contribute to the underachievement of boys, and the factors which result in many boys underachieving in school.
A result of extensive research, combined with personal insights gained by Dr. Brown in his 40 years in education in Canada and the United Kingdom, Rescuing Our Underachieving Sons is an interesting narrative that challenges those with responsibility for helping all children to achieve their full potential.