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||The Neighbor's Kid A cross-Country Journey in Search of What Education Means to Americans
||Capital Research Center
||The Neighbor's Kid tells the story of what 24-year-old Philip Brand discovered regarding American education when he drove his car cross-country during the 2008-09 school year visiting two schools in each of forty-nine states. The schools were public and private, religious and secular, urban and rural, typical and unusual. The Davidson Academy is mentioned on pages 147-149.
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