May 9, 1984
Vol. 03, Issue 33
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PAGE 21 - Commentary
The Battle Ground school district in Washington State recently faced the dilemma of whether to allow students to meet in the morning before classes for Bible study.
PAGE 24 - Commentary
It's difficult to spell. Hard to pronounce. Harder to define. It's hardest still to establish in a school. Collegiality.
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