News in brief

November 1996
Education Week;11/13/96, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p4
Presents news and developments related to education in the United States as of November 13, 1996. School violence in Summer High School; Charges of gang rape on five middle school students in Petersburg, Virginia; Naming of an elementary school after H. DeWayne Whittington in Somerset County, Maryland.


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