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Quotes - Feb, 1998 Issue


"Children who watch a great deal of television overestimate the degree of danger and crime in the world, while they underestimate the helpfulness and trustworthiness of other people."
- David Elkind, TIES THAT STRESS

"Whether in Montana or across the country, managed care has basically taken the position that residential treatment should be short term - 3 to 6 months.  For kids who have experienced failure upon failure, and multiple placements in the social services or judicial system, there is a desperate need for stability and structure - not another short-term fix."
- Loren Soft, CEO, Yellowstone Treatment Centers, 1997

"Our schools must preserve and nurture the yearning for learning that everyone is born with."
- W. Edwards Deming

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