Schoenfeld provides some fascinating anecdotes concerning the current state of mathematics pseudo-education, and then reminisces about teaching Precalculus at his first position at the University of Rochester. In the last paragraph, he proposes "that we revise the entire curriculum." Unfortunately, as is the case with many self-styled math reformers, Schoenfeld continues to operate in a complete historical vacuum. For example, with respect to Precalculus, he could have pointed out how our textbooks have degenerated:
When I received the above two unsolicited desk copies, I was appalled to see two distinct doorstops for the two approaches to Trigonometry, whose equivalence is demonstrated in two pages in my high school textbook.