November 19, 1986
Vol. 06, Issue 11
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PAGE 20 - Commentary
Is it possible that after 14 or more years of formal education some of our brightest students will fail to understand that while we are individuals, we are not alone?
PAGE 28 - Commentary
The central point of this essay is not particularly earthshaking, except perhaps that it needs to be discussed at all. I simply assert that academically able children need to be taught rigorous academic subjects.
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