R. R.
May 1987
Education Week;5/27/1987, Vol. 6 Issue 35, p4
The article presents developments related to education in the U.S. The Los Angeles Unified School District is launching an optional curriculum on nuclear age issued for students in grades K-12. The U.S. Constitution, the Polaroid Corporation is donating educational materials, cameras, and film to the nation's 58,000 public, church-affiliated, and independent elementary schools. The National Assessment of Educational Progress has published a new guide for science and mathematics teachers.


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