Harriet has to start at a new school. Switching schools is always rough, but it's harder for her because The Corporation got her dad fired and tossed her mom into jail. For decades, The Corporation has been using schools to make sure everyone does what they're told. But there's something strange going on at Harriet's new school. If she can just crack the code, she might learn how to fight back "Gorman's gut-wrenching satire delivers the lesson that when a school is not a school, learning is rebellion and knowledge is a weapon." - Karen Eisenbrey, author of The Gospel According to St. Rage "Benjamin Gorman's Corporate High School is a must-read for anyone interested in joining the fight to save public education. We proudly proclaim this book as badass and spot on about the fight to save the foundation of our democracy - strong public education for all." - Marla Kilfoyle, General Manager Badass Teachers Association "Ben Gorman clearly knows high school students, and the importance of a free and public education for them. Corporate High School is fantastic " - Tanya Baker Director of National Programs National Writing Project.
About the Author
Benjamin Gorman is a high school English teacher. He lives in Independence, Oregon with his wife, Paige, and their son, Noah. His first novel was The Sum of Our Gods. He believes in his students and the world they will choose to create if given the chance.