April 13, 1988
Vol. 07, Issue 29
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PAGE 24 - Commentary
Sol Cohen's Commentary, "'Therapeutic' Schooling Endangers Reform'' (March 2, 1988), presents a simplistic and misleading analysis of a complex problem.
PAGE 36 - Commentary
The Supreme Court's recent decision in Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier, which authorizes educators to supervise the content of official high-school newspapers, is the Court's most significant ruling in a free-speech case involving public-school students since it decided Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District almost 20 years ago.
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