February 10, 1982
Vol. 01, Issue 20
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PAGE 18 - Commentary
When I started teaching 25 years ago, the schools were almost exclusively a woman's world, with a sprinkling of men on hand for such traditionally male preserves as shop and science.
PAGE 24 - Commentary
As reading scores and scholarship drifted downward in the last few decades, we heard throughout the nation a rising chorus of demands that we "return to the basics." This was a slogan that parents, teachers, and boards of education could subscribe to in good conscience.
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