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and wants to withhold state aid from

schools for teaching it. In Indianapolis,

clergymen and educators wrangled over

the topic at a national meeting on "Public

Schools and the First Amendment."

See Pages 4 and 8.

THE LESSONS learned from

the study of a voucher system in Holland

may inform the debate

over public funding for

private schools here

and offer perspectives

on the consequences of

government control.

See Page 7.


disagreement continue in the

Education Department over the nature

and substance of regulations for

bilingual education to replace those

withdrawn by Secretary Bell in 1981.

Meanwhile, the Administration has sent

a new bill to the Congress.

See Page 9.

Vol. 01, Issue 31

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