May 2, 1984
Vol. 03, Issue 32
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PAGE 24, 19 - Commentary
The initial emphasis in the reports on American education has been on curriculum requirements and on structural reforms in the profession of teaching and the organization and governance of schools. The issues in the necessary reform of teacher education lay hidden.
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