An Unbearable Threat

January 2003
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;1/3/2003 Teacher's Guide, Vol. 72 Issue 15, p1
Presents a guide for teachers on discussing several reading topics. Arctic region and pollution; Use of fingerprint scanners; 1880 U.S. Census.


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