March 1, 1989
Vol. 08, Issue 23
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PAGE 24 - Commentary
Major reports in this decade have made it eminently clear that the current generation of young people in this country differs substantially from previous generations. A much greater proportion of today's young face serious socioeconomic barriers that may hamper their successful completion of school.
PAGE 36 - Commentary
While a back-to-basics movement has figured prominently in the reform agenda of recent years, one "basic" has not been taken along for the ride on the bandwagon: arts education.
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