November 9, 1981
Vol. 01, Issue 10
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WASHINGTON--The Education Department would be stripped of its Cabinet-level status and most of its functions, and be reduced to a small education-assistance agency under a bill scheduled to be introduced in the Senate late last week by Dan Quayle, Republican of Indiana.
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Public-school leaders today are somewhat like an heir receiving a handsome legacy from a distant relative, who neglected to include in the will instructions for maintaining the bequest.
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From Jan. 7 to June 25, Joseph M. Rice, an educator, visited the school systems of many of our large cities. He had recently studied at two universities renowned for their training in education, and now he wanted to study the effectiveness of our country's educational practices.
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