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January 5, 1989 | STANLEY MEISLER, Times Staff Writer
The incoming Administration of President-elect George Bush appears close to endorsing an innovative idea in American education that would curb the traditional authority of local officials to assign pupils to public schools and give parents wide freedom to decide which schools their children would attend.
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August 22, 1996 | JOSH GREENBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
More students will enroll in the nation's schools this fall than ever before, surpassing a peak reached 25 years ago and causing a serious strain on school budgets, the Education Department said Wednesday. "When school starts this year, I would hope that most districts have analyzed their own situation and prepared for it," said Education Secretary Richard W. Riley, who released a report detailing the department's findings. The student enrollment record of 51.
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August 22, 1996 | JOSH GREENBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
More students will enroll in the nation's schools this fall than ever before, surpassing a peak reached 25 years ago and causing a serious strain on school budgets, the Education Department said Wednesday. "When school starts this year, I would hope that most districts have analyzed their own situation and prepared for it," said Education Secretary Richard W. Riley, who released a report detailing the department's findings. The student enrollment record of 51.
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January 5, 1989 | STANLEY MEISLER, Times Staff Writer
The incoming Administration of President-elect George Bush appears close to endorsing an innovative idea in American education that would curb the traditional authority of local officials to assign pupils to public schools and give parents wide freedom to decide which schools their children would attend.
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