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The energy and enthusiasm now being invested in getting computers into our schools is nothing short of remarkable. Parents dip into their own pockets to buy them when the schools cannot.
The federal special-education law, the much maligned, much touted, and otherwise much talked about Public Law 94-142, makes the presumption that, all things being equal, integration is better than segregation.
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