E.D. Officials, Citing Abuses, Seek End To Financial Aid for School Dropouts
Higher-Education Boards Focus On Minority-Enrollment Drop
Study: Trust in Professionals Low Among Handicapped Pupils' Parents
More Financial Support for Home Care Is Urged
Title I Turns 20: A Commemoration and Debate
Federal File: Onward And Upward; Down and Out
Commentary: The 'Paradox' of a Growing Federal Role In Private Education
Health Column
For The Record
Four States, Feeling Pressure, Loosen Home-Schooling Rules
E.D. Proceeds on $75 Million in Magnet Funds
Minnesota Senate Defeats Perpich's Choice Proposal
The Montessori Method Is Making Its Way to U.S. High Schools
Math Educators Said Unprepared for Reform Agenda
N.H. State-Aid Increase Could Result in End of School-Finance Suit
N.S.F. Budget: Science-Education Trim Backed
Science Preparation of Students, Teachers Is Debated
California Reforms a Mixed Success, Study Finds
Supreme Court Declines Case on Damages Claim Over Placement
Low-Wealth Districts Sue Montana; Claim Financial Inequities
Teacher Colunmn
Washington Governor Pledges Tax-Reform Push
Federal News Roundup
State News Roundup
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News Update
Don't Leave School Without It
Head Start at 20
AACTE Endorses Tougher Standards, Teachers' Exam
A.F.T. Head Backs Voucher Proposal For Public Schools
Out-of-State College Fee for Aliens Said Unconstitutional By a California Court
Arizona Governor Vetoes Controversial Pupil-Rights Protection Bill
19 High Schools Receive School-Improvement Grants
Bennett Clarifies Intent of Hatch Amendment
Bilingual Panel, in Its Final Act, Recommends Federal Cutback
'All-Black' Education Agenda Advocated
Top-Down Reforms Rekindle Old Debate for Local Boards
Group Seeks College-School Dialogue
Jackson Lauds Parents Who Face Charges on Educational 'Theft'
Curriculum Column
Court Declines Review of San Jose Desegregation Suit
Jukeboxes, Cheeseburgers, and Tips: Students Learn the Business of Food
Judge Allows Religious-Club Meetings in Schools
Federal File
Iowa Senate Approves Choice Bill
Letters to the Editor
Compromise House Bill Increases Funds for Nutrition by $100 Million
Governor, Lawmakers Differ on Missouri Reforms
Budget 'Rebellion' Reported at School-Safety Center
Alabama Supreme Court Says Judges Lack Authority in Sterilization Case
Panel: Use of 'Best' Proven Techniques Would Raise Reading Levels
Justices Clarify Placement Rights Of Handicapped
IN FEDERAL AGENCIES
Two Congressmen Introduce Official-Language Measure
Landmark Consolidation Bill Approved in Nebraska
On Pedagogy and the 'Time-Honored Virtues'
Federal News Roundup
National News Roundup
State News Roundup
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Research and Reports
News Updates
Outings Without Innings
Teachers' Unions Bringing Reform Issues to Bargaining Table
Group Raps States' Monitoring Of Block-Grant Expenditures
Books: New in Print
Humanities Laureate Cites Illiteracy As a Threat to American Democracy
Senate Freezes Spending for Most School Programs
Alumnus Gives $100,000 To 'Endow' Teacher Posts
Senator Sets Panel To Make Chicago An 'Urban Lab'
Commentary: Can a 'Unitary' District Choose Neighborhood Schools?
Federal File: Advice on Drug Abuse; Cooperation; Grahm Going
Investing Idle Funds: Some Risks, But Greater Yields
Reading Report Lauded, But Cited for Failure To Resolve Key Issues
Commentary: States Should Help, Not Hinder, Parents' Home- Schooling Efforts
House Panel Blocks G.O.P. Riders, Clears Child-Nutrition Bill for Vote
Maryland Educators, I.B.M. To Test Futuristic Computer System
Discipline Official Scrutinized Following Safety-Center Uproar
Publishing Column
Charges Traded Over Call for S.A.T.'s Abolition
Schools Turning to 'Sure Bets' In Wake of Business Failures
Small Districts Join Investment Pools
Special-Education Effort in New York Needs a Major 'Overhaul,' Says Panel
Biology Texts Evaluated in 'Apolitical' Review
Ready, Set, Wait: Open Later, Say States
Editor Recipient of Print Media Award
Urban 'Partners' Discuss Need For Leaders, Minority Teachers
State News Roundup
National News Roundup
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People News
Research and Reports
Sesame-Seed Bun Proves Theory of Relativity
Students Spending More Time On Homework, Study Finds
Alabama Ladder Survives Donnybrook in Legislature
Drive To Rid Schools of Asbestos Jeopardized by Insurance Woes
House Panel Would Raise Spending for Disadvantaged
Growth in Corporate Education Prompts Meeting
Fla. Fails To Spend Chapter 1 Funds
States Urged To Assume Civil-Rights Leadership
Computers Column
Phoenix To Use Soccer To Desegregate Schools
Federal File: Forgive, Forget; Cogito, Ergo; Last Word
Committee Told of Need for Legal Fees in Special-Education Suits
Moratorium on Pay Plan Is Demanded in Florida
Illinois School Chief Seeks Reorganization of Districts
Staff Cuts Plague Job-Training Program, Study Finds
Kentucky Districts Plan To Sue State To Achieve Equal Funding
Race, Sex Balance Ordered for Academic Teams
Iowa Enacts School-Reform Measure; Education Aid Increased in Vermont
Letters To The Editor
Missouri Legislature Approves Statewide Career Ladder
N.H. Senate Approves Aid Formula
Bennett Modifies Research Missions
Ohio District Entangled in Superfund Suit
Commentary: Making a College Education Worth The Staggering Expense
E.P.A. Grant, Regulatory Activities Underway
114 Teachers to Compete for Chance to Be First Private Citizen in Space
E.T.S. Readying Computer-Based 'Test of the Future'
'School Vote' To Ask Delaware Valley Citizens To Learn About Schools, Then Give Opinions
Advocacy Group's Broadside Rebukes Bennett
Federal News Roundup
National News Roundup
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Research And Reports
Politics Make Strange Bedfellooooooooooows
Members of the Task Force
California Commission Backs Open Enrollment
Day-Care Centers Rocked By Rising Insurance Costs
U.S. 'Dipscam' Nets Diploma Hawkers; Educators Named
Federal File
Judge Upholds Fla. Merit-Pay Plan
Surplus-Food Program Ended; Poor Sales, High Cost Cited
New Panel's Goal: To Make Teaching 'True Profession'
Gifted Philadelphia Youths Learn How Computers Operate--the Hard Way
House Panels Clear Rights Bill; Abortion Riders Cloud Future
Bills Patterned After Federal Hatch Act Pressed in States To Spur 'Discussion'
Census Reports Sharp Increase In Single-Parent Households
Education Aid Trimmed by Legislators In Alaska but Increased in Arizona
Letters to the Editor
The Importance of Establishing A School Ethic That Is Human
New Jersey Governor, Legislature Debating Pay Bill
Panel's Chairman Asks Bennett To Move Faster on N.I.E. Plan
Federal Study Finds Dramatic Rise in Number of Poor Children
Commentary: In The Press
High Court Turns Down Chicago Desegregation Appeal
'Horace's Company': Forging An 'Essential' High School
Common Principles Link Coalition Members' Efforts to Reshape Their Schools' Programs
Essential Schools: Putting Theory into Practice
Tax-Reform Plan Forcing Shift in Tax-Credit Rhetoric
Teachers Column
Mayors Hold Opposite Views On Youth Subminimum Wage
Federal News Roundup
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