November 3, 1993
Vol. 13, Issue 09
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While educators may debate what effect the landmark 1983 report A Nation at Risk has had on American schools, one area where its role in jump-starting the school-reform movement is highly visible is education philanthropy.
Fraud, abuse, and mismanagement have led to the loss of millions of dollars in Pell Grant funds, Senate investigators said last week.
After weeks of preliminary hearings and several postponements, President Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton last week finally delivered their proposed "health security act'' to Capitol Hill.
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