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What makes a school work -- more funding, better teachers, more parental involvement? None of the above, says William Ouchi. A management professor at UCLA, he contends that management and accountability are at the core of a school's success. He joins Mary to discuss his book Making Schools Work: A Revolutionary Plan to Get Your Children the Education They Need. Taking care of a sick baby can be very challenging for new parents. It's hard to know what to do and easy to panic. Toronto's Dr. Jeremy Friedman from the Hospital for Sick Children has met many panicked parents over the years and he's answered most of their common questions in the book "The 3 a.m. Handbook: The Most Commonly Asked Questions about your Child's Health". He'll be here to take your calls and answer questions on everything from breast feeding to learning disabilities.
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Sep 24, 2003
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