October 18, 1989
Vol. 09, Issue 07
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PAGE 36 - Commentary
At last month's education summit, President Bush and the nation's governors agreed to set national goals in seven areas: the readiness of all children to start school; the performance of students on international achievement tests; the reduction of dropout rates; the functional literacy of adults; the level of training necessary to guarantee a competitive workforce; the supply of qualified teachers and up-to-date technology; and the establishment of safe, drug-free schools.
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