December 07, 1981
Vol. 01, Issue 13
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PAGE 18 - Commentary
So far I've outlasted them all. Over the last two decades, education fads have come and gone, and I'm still in the classroom with the student, with only the textbook between us.
PAGE 24, 18 - Commentary
October's election results in Washington, D.C., brought public education across the nation both a cause for celebration and a mandate for some essential nose-to-the-grindstone work.
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