Reagan's death offers teachable moments

06/10/2004 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Educators across the country are abandoning lesson plans and putting finals on hold to discuss former President Ronald Reagan and his legacy. Some teachers seek to balance the lavish praise the former president has been receiving in the media by having students take a critical look at his more controversial policies.

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