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The myth that education is not and should not be influenced by politics dies hard. In the meantime, the myth can be put to use.
Black students at traditionally black colleges behave in fundamentally different ways from black students at traditionally white institutions.
The Massachusetts law which was a model for PL 94-142 has not served as intended. About half the decisions under the law result in a child being placed in a more restrictive situation.
Several indicators show that in the inner city the contact of teachers with parents and community is slight and occasional.
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