February 5, 1986
Vol. 05, Issue 21
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PAGE 21 - Commentary
How should educational quality be defined, and do industrialized nations differ in what they expect of their schools?
PAGE 28 - Commentary
The recent drive to promote excellence in education and the accompanying cutbacks in federal funding due to the budget deficit predict a stormy passage ahead.
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