December 14, 1988

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Carnegie Corporation officials said last week that the Carnegie Forum on Education and the Economy will be moved from Washington to the foundation's home office in New York City and will be converted chiefly into a grant-making program.
The converging of two recent developments holds unusual promise for the provision of special services in public schools: Congressional approval of a whole-school approach to the delivery of Chapter 1 services and the increasing number of teacher contracts that expand the role of teachers in school-management decisions.
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