“The Trapped Flea Principle and Other Weapons of Mass Instruction”
Saturday, January 14, 2006, 1:00 p.m.
In 1991 John Taylor Gatto, New York State Teacher of the Year, shocked the educational establishment with his harsh indictment of compulsory mass education. Since then he has published books documenting the origins of American public education and some of the alarming motives behind it.
Mr. Gatto will be speaking to an audience of 500 in January. If you are interested, get your tickets early; we anticipate selling out the United Way Center. Tickets are only $15 each. They make great holiday gifts, too!
Online ticket sales are now closed. Tickets will be available at the door.
Contact us to buy your tickets in person.
Event Coordinator, Krenie Stowe 713-201-6704
An Intimate Evening with John Taylor Gatto
Join Houston Sudbury Group and John Taylor Gatto for fine dining and better conversation.
Mr. Gatto will be joining us at the school for an intimate evening of stimulating conversation. There are only 40 spots available to our evening event, and with over half of those already sold, be sure to reserve your space today. It’s a great way to support the school and have a wonderful time doing it!
Doors open at 6:45 p.m..
Minimum donation per ticket, $100.
An Intimate Evening with John Taylor Gatto is hosted by the Houston Sudbury Group.
All proceeds benefit Brazos Valley Sudbury School.
Brazos Valley Sudbury School is an IRS 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Any donation beyond $100 per ticket may be considered tax deductible.
More information on John Taylor Gatto
Contact GattoEvent@HoustonSudbury.org for information or to make a reservation.