October 2, 1985
Vol. 05, Issue 05
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PAGE 17 - Commentary
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.
PAGE 24 - Commentary
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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