March 28, 1990
Vol. 09, Issue 27
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The board of directors of the Council of Great City Schools last week adopted a set of six sweeping goals that are similar to the national goals developed by President Bush and the nation's governors, but geared to the specific characteristics and needs of urban students.
PAGE 32 - Commentary
Does research support a "phonics first" approach to teaching reading, as this method's proponents often argue?
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