March 31, 1993
Vol. 12, Issue 27
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The 10th anniversary next month of the release of A Nation at Risk, the federal report credited with quickening the ongoing school-reform movement, is being marked by a modest number of events nationwide.
In response to intense public criticism, the Idaho legislature'sjoint finance- appropriations committee has reversed its initial decision to eliminate a $2 million education-reform pilot project.
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