January 1990
Education Week;1/31/1990, Vol. 9 Issue 19, p3
The article offers information related to schools in the U.S. The 6th through 8th-graders of a Roman Catholic elementary school in Chicago has started testing for drug use, with support from parents and concern civil-liberties advocates. The state officials in Michigan announced their plans to file a lawsuit against five nonpublic schools which refused to supply the state with information about enrollment, curriculum, and teacher qualifications.


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