I can not find another version of the Kozol text for you. I am so sorry that the piece is hard to read. My only other suggestion is to copy and paste the text into a Microsoft Word document where you can double space it as you please. I did it on my computer and I was able to make the font bigger and change the spacing. It might be worth the time if the font is really small!!
As for the Finn reading, please read carefully the preface and chapters 1 and 2. Then you can skim chapters 13 and 14. If you are looking for real classroom examples of what Finn is talking about, he does give several of them in chapter 14.
Hope you have a good weekend!!