‘First in the World by 2000’: What Does It Mean?

Hurd, Paul DeHart
September 1992
Education Week;9/16/1992, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p36
The article comments on the proposal of U.S. President George W. Bush and governors on his national education goal. President Bush describes the need for new assumptions about schooling. It relates to understanding the interactions of science and technology as they influence human experience, the quality of life, and social progress. The purpose is not to predict but help students shape the society.


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