'Small Changes' Won't Do, Says California Panel

Snider, William
June 1988
Education Week;6/8/1988, Vol. 7 Issue 37, p1
The article reports that schools in California should restructure their educational system. A report by the California Business Roundtable criticizes the failure of public schools to address the educational needs of the Hispanic and African American students. Governor George Deukmejian and state superintendent Bill Honig filed a bill that will make schools implement the basic reforms in the educational system.


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