News Notes

McKean, Robert C.; Taylor, Bob L.
May 1982
Educational Leadership;May82, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p624
Reports on several developments in the field of education in the U.S. as of May, 1982. Impact of television on learning ability of children; Role of State Curriculum Assistance Teams (SCATs) of the Maine Department of Education in development of curriculum in schools; Approval of a program for hiring the high school students for emergency relief works by Los Angeles Board of Education.


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