June 2001 School Reform News

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June, 2001
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"If a child brought home a report card like the NAEP's latest for fourth-grade reading," predicts School Reform News Contributing Editor Robert Holland in the June 2001 issue, "a conscientious parent would demand to know what was going on and would inist on a remedy." Also in this issue: extensive coverage of the contribution Catholic schools make to student achievement in New York City and across the country; tuition tax credits; education industry news; waste and fraud at the Department of Education; and a report from the National Catholic Education Association's annual meeting in Milwaukee. We also debut in this issue a new column focusing on facilities and finance questions for charter schools and offer an interview with Siegfried Engelmann, professor of special education at the University of Oregon and founder of the National Institute for Direct Instruction. (download PDF)

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