November 16, 1981
Vol. 01, Issue 11
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PAGE 17 - Commentary
If the past is any pointer, current calls for educational excellence face formidable obstacles. Not only has the progressive century repeatedly rejected the goals of basic schooling; its strain of sentimental individualism has helped gradually to inflate the child's status to demented parity with the adult's.
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Washington education circles are spinning with talk about The Big Issue, namely what will become of the Department of Education during the administration of a President who has vowed to "dismantle" it.
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