September 27, 1989
Vol. 09, Issue 04
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Washington--President Bush said last week that he would nominate Christopher T. Cross to be the Education Department's assistant secretary for educational research and improvement.
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Current proposals designed to attract highly qualified individuals to teaching overlook a large pool of recent college graduates who, though lacking professional training in education, stand ready to work in our schools.
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