September 12, 1984
Vol. 04, Issue 02
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Two national organizations that in the past took opposing stances on the appropriateness of federal statistics-gathering for civil-rights purposes are now pressuring federal officials to expedite the government's biennial civil-rights survey of school districts.
PAGE 28 - Commentary
The problem of what can and should be done about asbestos in school buildings will be with school administrators for some time to come. Protective legislation exists, both nationally and locally.
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