October 26, 1994
Vol. 14, Issue 08
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The former child prodigy Midori will take her violin on tour to 25 New York City schools this fall as part of an effort to rejuvenate arts education in the city.
Americans are giving less money to charity and volunteering less often than they were just a few years ago, a study released last week by a coalition of nonprofit groups says.
While school-finance lawsuits have spurred dramatic overhauls of K-12 systems in states like Kentucky, Texas, and Alabama, Idaho policymakers have taken a more cautious approach.
PAGE 38 - Commentary
With all the hoopla and debate surrounding inclusion, as it relates to students with disabilities, I am perplexed that there has been so little discussion about educating limited-English-proficient, or L.E.P., students in so-called inclusive settings. On the contrary, there seems to be more discussion about increasing the segregation of these students than about bringing them into the mainstream of regular classrooms, as the concept of inclusion implies.
PAGE 39 - Commentary
Matt doesn't tell this to many people, but he still has a corner of his "special blanket" which he hides under his pillow when friends come to visit. Sarah may not admit it to everyone, but she still has a stuffed "teddy" which she faithfully tucks in every night at bedtime. Is this unusual? No. Matt and Sarah are typical of many 8th graders.
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