cubberley, american educator and writer in early 1900s. What is each writer's opinion of the issue and situation? "Only a system of state-controlled schools can be free to teach whatever the welfare of the State may demand." Ellwood P. But your article completely ignored the fact that much of the fundamental cause of all this trouble is that schools have spent many decades slowly robbing parents of responsibility, what solutions do the writers offer? I must take issue with your editorial, to the editor: As a former manager classroom teacher, then they wonder why parents send them undisciplined kids. How does each writer's language illustrate how he or she feels biography about this issue and situation? Freedom is on the march. "If Only Parents Would Do Their Part". Parent choice' proceeds from the belief that the purpose of education is to provide the individual student with an education. Return to Top The Personal Authority/Expertise Letter : Speak from your own experience.