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Quotes - Sept , 1999 Issue


"The more the parents' dignity and strength are damaged, the more open children are to persuasion."
- Robert Bly
"Only a real risk test the reality of a belief."
- C.S. Lewis
'Boys from single sex schools were less defensive and less susceptible to peer pressures than boys in coed schools.  Also, they were more egalitarian in viewing men's and women's roles, more comfortable in relations with girls and felt they had more control over their academic performance.'
--Conclusions by Diane J. Hulse, researcher and head of the Middle School at Collegiate School, NYC. 1998
"The percentage of the public school budget devoted to 'regular instruction' declined from 61 percent in 1960 to 46 percent in 1990."
- Chester E. Finn Jr., 1997

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