November 8, 2000
Vol. 20, Issue 10
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More than a decade after it spawned a nationwide movement for improving middle schools, the sequel to an influential report calls on middle-level educators to make academic rigor the cornerstone of an education that is responsive to the developmental needs of students.
PAGE 48 - Commentary
Houston schools Superintendent Rod Paige discusses a holistic approach to school reform—and how it paid off for Houston.
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