RAND weighs takeover of aid council's work

Sommerfeld, Meg
November 1995
Education Week;11/8/95, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p10
Reports on RAND Corp.'s consideration of a job takeover proposal from the Council for Aid to Education. Areas of the council's responsibility proposed for RAND's takeover; Concerns on leadership changes; Observers' analysis of the cause of the council's administrative difficulties.


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