November 30, 1994
Vol. 14, Issue 13
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The chairman of the New Hampshire board of education wants to make it easier to act on charitable impulses.
PAGE 36 - Commentary
If education is going to "mean'' business, as more and more politicians, citizens, corporate leaders, and privatization advocates say it should, those of us who teach are going to have to shape up and change the way we talk.
PAGE 37 - Commentary
If my brother'd had a gun, he might still be alive. The words were spoken during a classroom discussion of gun control and the Brady bill. The aspiring teacher in me, high on the exhortations of John Dewey, came down to earth with a thud.
PAGE 48 - Commentary
These are not the best of times for educators or education reformers. Educators are frustrated by an apparent paucity of understanding and support, as evidenced by rising criticisms and a wave of failing referendums. Reformers see their grand designs unraveling in communities from Colorado to Connecticut as parents and taxpayers join more traditional advocates of the status quo.
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