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Each day, it seems, brings announcements by government officials, medical researchers, and special-interest groups that a new environmental threat to human health has been identified.
Shortly after the President's State of the Union address in 1993--in which he emphasized the importance of high-quality schools--a member of the White House staff proposed that a national conference be held on the 10th anniversary of the publication of A Nation at Risk.
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