February 13, 1991
Vol. 10, Issue 21
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PAGE 31 - Commentary
We have met the enemy, and they is us!" That's the Pogo-like characterization sketched in "Reinventing Local Control" by Chester E. Finn Jr. Commentary, Jan. 23, 1991). Mr. Finn contends, in effect, that people cannot be trusted to govern their own community's public schools.
PAGE 40 - Commentary
Susan Ohanian says that not every aspect of a teacher's job is improved by working in teams.
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