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September 1998
Curriculum Review;Sep98, Vol. 38 Issue 1, Views you can use p2
Presents an update on several education-related studies and researches in the United States as of September 1998. Findings of the American Association of University Women on single-sex schooling; Information on a study on how hungriness affects students' behavior; Conclusion derived by the Council of Great City Schools and ACT Inc. on college entry examinations of students from low-income, inner-city schools.


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