November 21, 1984
Vol. 04, Issue 12
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Attempting to maintain the momentum of one of the nation's most ambitious education-reform efforts, Commissioner of Education Ralph D. Turlington of Florida has set forth 10 goals to be accomplished by 1989.
PAGE 24 - Commentary
Our educational system has gotten so thoroughly into enrichment and emotional development that conscientious parents may get a little tired of hearing what a wonderful school day their children have had seeing movies or discussing their feelings.
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