February 1982
Education Week;2/9/1982, Vol. 1 Issue 20, p3
The article presents an update on educational research in the U.S. A study conducted by the Public Service Research Council found out that collective-bargaining laws play no role in salary gains of teachers. The report "The Retention of Minority Languages in the United States," published by the National Center for Education Statistics, reveals that Hispanics are far less inclined to continue using the Spanish language than French Canadians are to retain French.


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