Informed Sources: May 9, 1994

Good Luck Implementing This One

Washington -- A federal report due out this week will call for schools to sharply extend the amount of time students spend on their studies so they can compete with pupils in Germany and Japan. According to a Clinton Administration source, schools will be asked to double the roughly three hours a day that most children spend studying core academic subjects such as reading and math; the study will also recommend extending the school year to 240 days from the current average of about 180.

A New White Knight for Health Care?

Washington -- Treasury Secretary...

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