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Monitor Archive for April 15, 1983

Wading through the flood of educational software
US colleges -- and students -- change
Answers for Palestine: an expert examines a new Mideast course

'Gandhi' in South Africa - in segregated theaters
Advance look at two impressive documentaries
MIT professor's qualms about computers in education
Making money in real estate; How You Can Become Financially Independent by Investing in Real Estate, by Albert J. Lowry. New York: Simon & Schuster....
Senate panel fails to agree on budget
A plea to Reagan in transit strike
Never again for anyone
Salvador government could fall 'in months' without US aid
Look for shoes with US-British-Japanese-Italian label
Arafat abruptly leaves Mideast for Bulgaria
Software sources
Canada reminds US: don't forget we did you a favor on natural gas
Save the withholding tax
A hundred days in '33
British Network ensures gentle adoption of 'novelty'
Making the electoral system fairer
School computers a natural in California's Silicon Valley
How a Thai family sizes up a 'most important' election
Dial in more on computers
Double negative
Creating a friendly climate for 'electronic teachers'
A sizzling sales race ahead for gourmet frozen foods
Tech invaders: school survival shifts to center screen
US colleges -- and students -- change
The (aste)risks of clarity
Honored relics
How some utilities help customers meet bills

Just matching 1982 record a challenge for Mariners
How a swamp flower became a lovely iris
US panel delays restart of New Jersey A-plant
Black history from Xenia, Ohio, to Winston-Salem, N.C.
Computers woo students back to learning in small town
Cable television an untapped resource for kids' creativity
Folger Shakespeare Library
The textbook conduit
Struggle over arms control, defense sends rifts through US capital
What is computer literacy?
Rivals for corporate control playing King of the Mountain
Kids make California-Alaska connection
Moscow store officials held in corruption case
Principals streamline school offices
Texaco executive freed by Colombian guerrillas

Hi-tech how-to in New York
A dangerous illusion
Rising above wrong desire
College ownership plans
Capital's new primers: 'Byte, Spot, byte'
Pattern of Diplomacy; Reagan's missing leverage: a guarantee on settlements
Best use of school hardware and software EPIE's aim

Houston value: lifelong skill
Parents climb aboard computer bandwagon
Walesa's wife silent on Solidarity meeting
Plugging in: some colleges require personal computers
Computers and children
Two technologies for better lessons