March 16, 1983
Vol. 02, Issue 25
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PAGE 24, 19 - Commentary
Laval Wilson, superintendent of schools in Rochester, N.Y., has on the wall of his office a large photograph of three boys and three girls, all of whom were born in October, 1969.
In current discussions of the rising costs and uncertain functioning of public education, almost every feature of American schooling has been questioned except its length.
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