This book comprising of thirty-two parts, is very interesting and could serve as a guide for young teachers. It can also be an effective tool for policy makers. The author, with his wide teaching experience, is confident that by giving autonomy to students the restricting structures in the system can be removed entirely. He presents his personal experiences as a Teacher and a chief administrator and applies practical wisdom to critical issues that administrative leaders face.
The arguments and insights presented in this book are thought-provoking, like-learner-focused and they discuss teaching kindness through service to the society. Kids don't learn from people they don't like! Kids do what we do, not what we say. The author gives valuable suggestions to enhance the teaching and learning experience – inspiring out-of-the-box thinking, encouraging the creative ability of students, relevance of social network, creating research skills even among middle-school students in the classrooms, importance of physical education in schools, significance of morning assembly and so on.