April 6, 1994
Vol. 13, Issue 28
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The Pew Charitable Trusts, the nation's fifth-largest foundation, has abandoned a multimillion-dollar effort to overhaul how states provide social, education, and health services to children.
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over the past several years, we have focused on the setting and assessing of standards for K-12 education, paying scant attention to the warnings of the local practitioner.
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A wide body of research supports the fact that all later formal education is dramatically influenced by the learning experiences of the first years of life. This reality takes on added significance as the nation moves toward addressing its broader vision, as embodied in the national education goals.
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The Goals 2000: Educate America Act, which President Clinton signed into law last week, has eight lofty goals for systematically improving the quality of American schooling.
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