June 9, 1993

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Nine of the 11 design teams funded by the New American Schools Development Corporation will receive new, two-year contracts to carry out their blueprints, the NASDC board voted last week.
ATLANTA--On the cover of an Atlanta Project brochure is a compelling photograph. The background features this city's gleaming skyline, a metal-and-glass vision of a prosperous late-20th-century metropolis.
I noticed a call for manuscripts on 'The Changing Curriculum" in an educational journal and thought, "Hmm. That should be an interesting issue, now that so many schools are involved in restructuring." Later, however, as I remembered my own career in education, I realized that the truest statement I could make about change in schools is, 'The more things change, the more they stay the same."
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