Florida Governor Orders Crackdown on Abuse in Day-Care Centers
Recognizing Writing as the Key To Learning
Secretary Bell 'Pleased' With G.O.P. Plank on Schools
California's Proposed History and Geography Curriculum Standards
Ad Hoc Group Drafting Manifesto on Agenda
Opinions Clash at Conference To Define History Curriculum
Idea of Citizen's Lobby Is Weighed by Governors
N.C. Educator To Leave Post
Senate Majority Leader Said Readying Civil-Rights Bill for Floor Vote
Reagan Says Teacher to Be First Space Passenger
Teacher Licensing Is in Disarray, Study Contends
Closing of Teacher Programs Urged
Portrait of Voc.-Ed. Classes Offered
Rare Ratio Lures Teacher to One-Student School
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Asbestos Report Causes Confusion In New Jersey
98th Congress Has Full Education Agenda as Session Nears Close
Illinois Chief Proposes Finance Plan
Rise in Foreign Language Enrollments Spurs Teacher Shortage
Federal Court Orders Pregnant Student Reinstated in Honor Society
A Legal Perspective on Asbestos in the Schools
N.C.A.A. Rule Found To Bench Most Athletes
O.C.R. Impeding Rights Surveys,Groups Contend
Minn. To Study Bus-Driver Licensing
Oregon District Liable in Illegal Student Search, Federal Court Holds
Teachers on Strike Fewer This Year As Schools Open
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Is Beauty a Beast in Eye of Beholder?
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City Agency Cites Mismanagement in New York Schools
Employees Union Sues E.P.A. on Asbestos Risk
Boston Sues Teachers' Union Over Threat To Strike
Need for Expanded Federal Child-Care Services Is Great, Panel Told
Computers Column
North Carolina Department Urges Standardized Course Offerings
Reynolds Asserts the End of Mandatory Busing Is Near
Sociologist Ties Poor Student Performance to Lack of Self-Discipline
Surveys Examine Students' Use of Alcohol
Major Study Finds Preschool 'Pays Off' for the Disadvantaged
Federal File: Humanists, Beware; A Loss of Face?; !Escuelas Si!
Commentary: The Making of 'To Save Our Schools, To Save Our Children': A Conversation With Marshall Frady
Georgia Panels Asks Board To Raise Standards for Administrators
The Administrator's Role: 'Still Asking Questions'
Hatch Lashes Out at Civil-Rights Bill Supporters
Educators, Parents Welcome Rules On Students' Rights
Many Hispanics Nurture Identity, Survey Shows
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Parents and Teachers May Be at Odds Over Use of Computers, Study Says
Multimedia Series on Science, Math Premieres
Teachers' Ladder Enacted in N.C.
Judge Upholds Disciplinary Policy
Pope Asks Public Aid for Parental School Choice
'Distinguished' Principals To Be Honored by Reagan Administration
Public-School Advocates Readying Opposition
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Commentary: Parental Negligence: 'Can't We Do Better?'
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Deep-Sixed Greenbacks in Circular File Bring G-Men
Censors Increasingly Attacking 'Realistic' Books, Author Says
The Value of Elementary Latin Programs
16 Arrested in Philadelphia Following Child-Pornography, Prostitution Probe
The Microscopes Battle: When Is a School 'Clean'?
Judge To Limit Role in Boston Case
Asbestos and Disease: Established Links
Participants at Hearings Debate Need For National Measures in Child Care
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Proprietary Schools Said To Violate Student-Aid Rules
Sponsors Offer Compromises On Anti-Discrimination Bill
Scientists: Health Risks for Children Uncertain
Long History of Miraculous, But Dangerous, Uses
The Asbestos Dilemma
Missouri Ruled Liable for Desegregation Costs
Maine Legislature Passes Broad, $92-Million Education-Reform Bill
Federal Judge Rules Schools Must Pay Portion of Therapy
Schools in N.Y.C. Are Said Prepared For New Procedures on Handicapped
Principals, Teachers Endorse Career Ladders in a Survey
Vocational Agriculture:A Model for Education Reform
S.A.T. Scores Up 4 Points, Biggest Jump in 21 Years
High Court To Hear Major School Cases
Controlling the Cleanup: Complicated, Detailed Labor
Agency-Shop Rule In Chicago Held Illegal by Judge
Panel in Wyoming Offers Package of School Reforms
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Professor Presses Practice for Progress in Penmanship
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