February 17, 1993
Vol. 12, Issue 21
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A national public-service campaign to recruit teachers continues to attract a high percentage of minoritygroup members and men, although the rates for males have tapered off somewhat since its inception, a study released last week concludes.
State Commissioner of Education Thomas Sobol of New York last week overturned a New York City Board of Education resolution requiring that instruction related to AIDS prevention in the city's schools emphasize abstinence.
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