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Over the past three and a half years, members of the National Urban Coalition staff have been visiting predominantly black and Hispanic urban schools and consulting with parents, community and business leaders, college and university officials, and political representatives.
There are many villains in the morality plays written by contemporary educational reformers, but among those most often given center stage are teacher-preparation programs.
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