February 6, 1991

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Dateline: Moscow, Philadelphia, Beijing, and Budapest--In these cities and across 20 countries, 13-year-olds will sit down next month to take an assessment of mathematics and science.
In the days since we went to war in the Persian Gulf, the media--especially television--have featured the reactions of American students and their schools. Many broadcasts emphasize classrooms where teachers invite students to describe their feelings--their fears, confusions, and worries--about war.
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