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In his Aug. 28 Commentary, Martin Haberman offered a critique of New Jersey's alternate route to teacher certification in response to my own Commentary on the issue. He raised several points of speculation about the program.
This essay is excerpted from The Shopping Mall High School, the second report from A Study of High Schools, following Theodore Sizer's Horace's Compromise. The study is a five-year inquiry into secondary-school education, sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals and the Commission on Educational Issues of the National Association of Independent Schools.
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