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Monitor Archive for November 3, 1998
New Teachers, Old Problems
In Japan, the Yen Isn't For Glenn; It's for Mukai
In Poorer Russia, Risk Rises for Nuclear Sites
Testing Out the New Test For Would-be Teachers
High Court Weighs Privacy and Rules of the Road
Gap Closes Between Blacks and Whites
Charges of Intimidation: Election Tactic?
Uncle Sam's Nuclear Bill
Bolivia Abuzz Over Its 'Pinochet Twin'
Not Letting Skin Shade Color Life
50 Years of Frisbee
Just Down the Road
News In Brief
Making Use of Experience in Learning
... And Decades of Flying Pups
Stability From a Triangle? How US, China, Japan Can Link Up
China Rights and Wrongs
The 'Modern Red Schoolhouse' Changes Schools From Top to Bottom
Will Funds for New Teachers Boost Inner-City Schools?
For Our Class on White-Collar Crime, a Convict
'Look Ma, No Home!': Student Protest Targets Pricey Housing
The $1 Billion Midterm Election
States Experiment With Specialized Drug Prisons
Curious Readers Want The Dish on Breakfast
At Many Colleges, Dorm Living Is Easy - Though Crowded
Calling All Young Poets