The Christian Science Monitor Weekly – September 2, 2013 US Schools Chasing the World
Where America lags behind, and how it can get some lift. By Lee Lawrence
INSIDE this week’s Monitor:
· Nuclear Fallout – Kazakhstan’s atomic legacy
· Leaks—Security versus transparency
· Careful steps on Egypt – Washington seeks to preserve influence; any left?
· UK terror law shows teeth
· Confidence in US teachers rises
· Difference-makers – A safe place for orphaned girls
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