October 28, 1987
Vol. 07, Issue 08
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PAGE 24 - Commentary
The proposed legislative expansion of the National Assessment of Educational Progress to provide state-by-state comparative data, both in subjects currently tested and in additional ones, holds dangerous philosophical and political implications.
PAGE 32 - Commentary
For too many students in the United States--and especially for those from economically and educationally disadvantaged backgrounds--schools are failing.
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