December 13, 1989
Vol. 09, Issue 15
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PAGE 36 - Commentary
Last month, the California Board of Education voted unanimously to accept a new curricular framework for science developed by 16 scientists and educators. These guidelines had been backed by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Bill Honig, and passed by the board's curriculum commission after months of review by hundreds of educators and scientists.
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