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Peter West

April 17, 1996 – Education Week
 Technology puts a variety of easy-access electronic tools right at the fingertips of teachers looking to tap into a support system for professional development.

October 23, 1991 – Education Week
 OAK RIDGE, TENN.--Shortly after the gates of this formerly "secret city" swung open at the end of World War II, talented graduate students began flocking to the area to study under some of the world's leading research scientists.

October 23, 1991 – Education Week
 As recently as three years ago, students at Our Lady of Good Counsel, in the Virginia suburbs of Washington, made only sporadic use of the handful of classroom computers available to them.

October 16, 1991 – Education Week
 WASHINGTON--An advisory panel to the National Endowment for the Arts last week took the first stop in a long-range effort to improve the way the arts are taught in public-school classrooms and to introduce discussion of the benefits of arts education into the national dialogue on education reform.

October 16, 1991 – Education Week
 State school boards must encourage the revamping of teacher-training programs at both the preservice and inservice levels in order to incorporate multicultural perspectives into education successfully, according to a report by the National Association of State Boards of Education.

May 15, 1991 – Education Week
 

September 12, 1990 – Education Week
 

September 12, 1990 – Education Week
 Lasting improvements in the way science is taught in the schools will come about only if a national body of scientists and science educators is charged with monitoring and improving reform efforts, a report released last week by the National Academy of Sciences concludes.

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