14Sep 2, 1994
The guests evaluated the privatization of school systems for economic and educational reasons, with which many school systems are experimenting, or at least cotemplating.
14Dec 16, 1991
National Discussion on Education: Cultures
Mr. Finn, head of the Educational Excellence Network, and Ms. Welburn defined multiculturalism and discussed its role and importance in the school curriculum.
46Jun 24, 1991
National Education Standards, P.M. Session
The Interim Council on Standards and Testing continued to discuss possible national standards for academic achievement in U.S. schools and methods for assessing achievement through national testing.
15Sep 5, 1990
National Goals and Assessment
Moderated by Paula Zahn, co-host of CBS “This Morning” program, the forum panelists assessed the national goals of education in terms of “what to learn and how to measure ...
14Dec 7, 1989
Task Force on Education: Working Session
6Aug 22, 1988
Dept. of Education: Youth Indicators 1988
19Jan 11, 1988
Higher Education Costs: Continuing the Study
Assistant Secretary of Education Chester Finn addressed an audience at the Department of Education about the concluded report on the costs of of higher education. Specifically, the study aimed ...
65Dec 22, 1987
Privatization of Education
The President’s Commission on Privatization heard testimony on the principle of choice in education. Chester Finn, an assistant secretary at the Department of Education, spoke on the ...
50Nov 23, 1987
Future of U.S. Education
Governor Robert Orr of Indiana, Lynee Cheney, chairwoman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and Chester Finn, assistant secretary in the Department of Education, spoke to the annual ...
76Sep 15, 1987
The House Postsecondary Education subcommittee held an oversight hearing on the rising costs of attending American colleges and universities, a phenomenon that, if continued, could limit the ...
5Nov 7, 1986