May 2, 1990
Vol. 09, Issue 32
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PAGE 26 - Commentary
First, a teacher's confession. I've never read Moby Dick. Yes, I was an English major. Yes, yes, it was on Miss Zercher's list. Yes, I do regret the omission.
PAGE 36 - Commentary
At many schools, in fact, counselors are becoming quasi administrators--often with the official administration's blessing.
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