Letter From Kansas

Home Imported Letter From Kansas

forwarded the fruit of its not-too-streniiousrnlabor to the ten-member KBE for thernrubber stamp. But the KBE (or "layrnboard," as the "experts" contemptuouslyrndubbed it) held certain reservationsrnabout the wisdom of conforming Kansasrnto a nationalized educational standard ofrnthe "Goals 2000" variety. Furthermore,rnsome members objected to the presentationrnof the . . .

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