Reagan cites basic skills skills as key to jobs

President Reagan, stopping in Kentucky and Kansas on a cross-country trip, pushed basic education skills as the key to jobs and ''a golden age of prosperity for America'' in the 21st century.

He stressed again that the private sector - rather than government - should shoulder the costs of improving the nation's educational system.

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