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Two world-famous educators (one an octogenarian, the other a nonagenarian) died within three weeks of each other in 1952. Who were they? (Submitted by John A. Beineke, assistant professor of education, Central College, Pella, Iowa.)

(The answer will be included with next week's quiz.)

Answer to last week's quiz: The nation's first secondary-school student newspaper, The Students Gazette, was first published at Friends Latin School (now the William Penn Charter School) in Philadelphia on June 11, 1777.

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