September 8, 1982
Vol. 02, Issue 01
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An independent survey has found that far fewer teachers across the country have actually been laid off for the new school year than the two major teachers' organizations had estimated.
PAGE 19 - Commentary
I was feeling very good at the end of a lively discussion with a graduate-school class in school administration made up of professionals from across the state.
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Anyone who doubts that public education in the United States is in deep trouble has not been paying attention. Beyond the grim prospects of Reaganomics, beyond all the thorny problems of school finance, an imposing mountain of difficulties has been rising year by year.
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