June 7, 1989
Vol. 08, Issue 37
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PAGE 24 - Commentary
The U.S. Education Department's annual State Education Performance Chart--the so-called "wall chart"--ought to be relegated to the dustbin of historical frauds.
PAGE 36 - Commentary
Despite the Congress's rejection of child-care legislation last year, everyone knows that the nation faces a desperate shortage of day care. So why shouldn't some entrepreneurs do something about increasing the supply?
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