May 19, 1999
Vol. 18, Issue 36
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PAGE 8 - Commentary
High-poverty schools that defy the odds by fostering unusually high academic performance tend to share certain common elements, a report by the Education Trust concludes.
PAGE 46 - Commentary
Public schools no longer have a builtin-zoned-in-public. Schools have to win their clients, their students, the hard way.
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