Katrina Is the Biggest Challenge to Public Schools Since the Civil War, Say HistoriansBreaking News
"In terms of school systems absorbing kids whose lives and homes have been shattered, what we're going to watch over the next weeks is unprecedented in American education," said Jeffrey Mirel, a professor of history and education at the University of Michigan.
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