Education: Report Card

¶ In Washington, a commission of the American Association of School Administrators issued a 390-page report arguing that U.S. youth must learn about Communism before they can fight it. Said the commission: "No school can prevent youth from hearing about such issues in their daily lives . . . Hence, it seems more appropriate to include them in the curriculum as natural, normal aspects of life about which youth must learn . . . We cannot fight totalitarian ideologies without first understanding them."

¶ For the one recruit in ten without a fourth-grade education, the U.S. Army announced a program...

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