February 8, 1984
Vol. 03, Issue 20
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PAGE 28, 25 - Commentary
We have become a nation consumed with our educational inadequacies and firm in our resolve to raise our educational standards to a level we assume will be required by the intellectual demands of a technological age. We are committed to the vision of a future nation of "knowledge workers" who are prepared to compete in an age when all work will be mind work and all workers will be problem-solvers.
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