January 9, 2002
Vol. 21, Issue 16
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PAGE 40 - Commentary
An expected decrease in philanthropic support for school reform may have a bright side, if it motivates education reformers and philanthropists to concentrate their efforts on high-yield strategies and high-impact projects, write Chester E. Finn Jr. and Kelly Amis.
PAGE 42 - Commentary
In assessing criticism of the standards and accountability movement, says Marc S. Tucker, it is worthwhile to remind ourselves of the problems to which the movement was a response.
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