January 31, 1990
Vol. 09, Issue 19
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PAGE 21 - Commentary
Recent reports have confirmed that the school-dropout plague now extends down into junior high schools. It is more clear than ever that our schools are in serious trouble and need more help than is available within the education system.
PAGE 32 - Commentary
The scenario is all too familiar. Jennie is 15 and pregnant.
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