R. R.
March 1987
Education Week;3/4/1987, Vol. 6 Issue 23, p4
The article reports several developments related to education curricula in the U.S. The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development has charged a new panel with studying the way schools treat religion in the classroom. School board has urged the state department of education to revise curriculum guidelines for all grade levels to develop a better understanding with several aspects of aging.


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