December 6, 1989
Vol. 09, Issue 14
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PAGE 23 - Commentary
Our children are in terrible physical shape. Recent news accounts about a study of more than 10,000 students, ages 6 through 17, demonstrate just how terrible.
PAGE 32 - Commentary
For more than 100 years, many students who have not done well in school have been retained at grade level and required to repeat the year's work. This practice is not only unproductive for young people, but also costly to society.
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