December 15, 1982
Vol. 02, Issue 14
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The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and seven other prominent national civil-rights organizations have branded the Education Department's fiscal 1983 operating plan for its office for civil rights as "a fundamentally dishonest document" and "singularly devoid of specific information."
NIE: A Failed Mission?: NIE During The Ford and Carter Years: The Struggle To Legitimize Educational Research
With the establishment of the National Institute of Education, educational research had been elevated to the status of medical and scientific inquiry--fields so vital to the national interest that the pursuit of new knowledge in them was deemed an essential government function worth housing in a prestigious agency.
PAGE 18 - Commentary
How to get better teachers? Pay more." That was the heading of one of Albert Shanker's recent "Where We Stand" columns. The question is persistent, and a great many people make that answer.
PAGE 24, 19 - Commentary
We recently put the following question to an expert on Japan: "If you had to pick the one factor that is responsible for the extraordinarily high productivity of the Japanese people, what would that factor be?"
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