February 1982
Education Week;2/9/1982, Vol. 1 Issue 20, p2
The article presents an update on educational policies in the U.S. The State-Federal Assembly of the National Conference of State Legislatures is opposing U.S. President Ronald Reagan's plan to disperse federal education programs among several federal agencies. A Congressional hearing on a bill to prohibit employment discrimination against homosexuals included a debate over the influence of gay teachers on their students.


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