April 24, 1985
Vol. 04, Issue 31
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PAGE 18 - Commentary
As a curriculum director laboring in the 1980's, I have been nagged by a most radical thought: "The business of school is teaching and learning." Ten years ago, that statement would have been a cliche. Today, it will get you in trouble with superintendents every time.
PAGE 24 - Commentary
After the family, the elementary school is the most important institution in a child's life. What is learned in elementary school provides the foundation for all future learning. Yet in terms of attention and status, elementary schools and educators occupy the lowest rung of the educational ladder.
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