February 1, 1989
Vol. 08, Issue 19
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PAGE 24 - Commentary
A recent report by the North Carolina Child Advocacy Institute raises a disturbing question that casts doubt on the wisdom of current national policy toward the poor.
PAGE 36 - Commentary
Manhattan's Community District 4, until recently one of the nation's most admired school districts, has within a matter of weeks become one of its most suspect.
Once again, New York City's schools are in turmoil.
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