October 12, 1983
Vol. 03, Issue 06
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PAGE 20 - Commentary
Although computer use tends to be associated with mathematics instruction, programs for use in all curricular areas are being developed at a feverish rate.
PAGE 24, 20 - Commentary
Be assured that I am not planning to reiterate the series of truisms and cliches characteristic of most recent reports on educational reform.
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