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Colleges and universities should adopt admissions criteria that consider not only what classes students have taken, but also what they actually know and are able to do, argues a report from the Center for School Change.
Oregon legislators late last week were still hammering out a compromise between House and Senate proposals to amend the state's comprehensive school-reform act.
"Pay attention and listen. Would you all please pay attention and listen to me? I won't be able to go on until you pay attention and listen. O.K., no story today. Pay attention and listen. I won't be able to go on until you pay attention and listen. O.K., no recess today. Now, would you all please pay attention and listen to me?"
There is a dark side to the corporate downsizing that is going on in this country which has been unrecognized by politicians, policymakers, and ordinary citizens.
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