April 15, 1987
Vol. 06, Issue 29
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PAGE 28 - Commentary
The report of the National Commission on Excellence in Educational Administration, "Leaders for America's Schools," is deficient and inadequate. How can it speak seriously about reform when it resurrects and builds on the same trivial courses in management and administration that have been taught for several decades?
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