April 29, 1998
Vol. 17, Issue 33
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PAGE 38 - Commentary
As they look around them for partners in the very serious work of standards-based reform, many leaders in K-12 education don't even consider higher education. Why? Because they don't believe that higher education can be counted on as a serious partner.
PAGE 39 - Commentary
Early this year, Gov. Zell Miller of Georgia asked the legislature to allocate $105,000 for classical-music cassettes and compact discs to be given to the mother of every newborn.
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