McKean, Robert C.; Taylor, Bob L.
February 1975
Educational Leadership;Feb75, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p359
Presents news briefs related to educational developments in the U.S. published in the February 1975 issue of the journal 'Educational Leadership.' Encouragement to Hawaiian school children to take up careers in performing arts; Proposal of incorporation of basic sailing course in high school curriculum; Role of the press in school journalism.


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