October 12, 1988
Vol. 08, Issue 06
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PAGE 24 - Commentary
Backers of the National Assessment of Educational Progress's plan to conduct a field test allowing state-by-state comparisons of student achievement early next year rationalize in several ways the decision of only about 20 states to participate in the test ("Fewer Than Half of States Join naep 'Pre-Test', " Sept. 7, 1988).
PAGE 32 - Commentary
Despite a promise that he wouldn't "be putting out Bill Bennett's list of books for the American people," William J . Bennett does indeed have a little list.
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