October 31, 1984
Vol. 04, Issue 09
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PAGE 18 - Commentary
They all agree: The nation is in the throes of a serious crisis in science and mathematics education. O.K. After drifting for a decade and a half, we're ready to get with it.
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The need to solve the problems of education in this country is as urgent today as it ever was. Whether one is talking about public or private education, lower or higher education, the need is critical.
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