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Gordon Gozner found great success as head football coach at Crownlake, leading his academically-charged team to an unlikely undefeated regular season in 2004. Four short years later, he found himself out as coach, pushed aside by a wealthy and well-connected assistant. The administration was powerless to intervene since the survival of the school was at stake. Alma mater to a Nobel Prize winner, two Pulitzer laureates, and many giants in technology and the arts, Presidential candidate Mink Rodgers graduated from Crownlake in 1965. While much has changed over the last 50 years, the plight of Crownlake, and all private schools, remains in question. This is Coach Gozner's search for understanding. This book is a work of fiction, used to illustrate the dilemma of the current private boarding school in America, striving for survival in a world of entitlement.
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Gordon Gozner is a pseudonym. In real life, the author has been a high school teacher for 26 years. This is his third book and first work of fiction.
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