Miss. District Chief Keeps JobAfter Retaking, Passing Exam
Excerpts From Supreme Court Ruling in U.S. v. Virginia
A School is Born: Student Voices
Socioeconomic Status Tops Study of Education Factors
School Vouchers, Pro and Con: They Are Fair and They Are Practical
Excerpts From Supreme Court Ruling in U.S. v. Virginia
Better Testing Policies for LEP Students Advised
Report Roundup: Federal Survey Tracks Reading Achievement
Chase Beats Monahan in Hard-Fought Battle for NEA Reins
Books: New In Print
Federal File
S.C. Requires Charters To Reflect Racial Makeup of District
Teaching Board Awards 5-Year Assessment Contract to ETS
News in Brief
Western Governors Seek To Tap Technology for 'Virtual University'
News in Brief
Schools in all States Need Repair, Report Says
House Panel Approves Plan To Freeze School Aid in 1997
Take Note: By its cover; Change of venue
State Journal
National News Roundup: ACT Adds Calculators To Mathematics Testing
Events
Terrel Bell, Known for Defending Federal Role in Education, Dies
Revamp Local School Boards, ECS Report Urges
Ballot Box
Road To Research
State News Roundup: Appeals Court Allows Denial of Spec.-Ed. Aid to Virginia
A Model Roadway: Research Panel May Follow Highway-Funding Path
Mayors Endorse Plan To Improve Schools
Educators Debate Impact of Ruling on Single-Sex Classes
District News Roundup: Controversial Ala. Principal Headed for Superintendency
Report Sets 'Technological Literacy' as Key Goal
Geography Courses Have Little Effect for Seniors, Final NAEP Report Says
Court Ends Oversight of Desegregation in Georgia District
Let Nature Take Its Course
Deadlines
Policy Groups Assail Union Over Reform
Supreme Court Refuses To Weigh Race-Based College Admissions
All in a Day's Work
Va. Coalition Seeks Upgraded Health-Care Training for Teachers
The 10th School
Mayors Adopt 'Action Agenda' For Education
Curriculum Column
Letters To The Editor
Milestones: Hugh Speer; Lee Rankin
People Column
Many Urban Districts Are AdoptingContent Standards, Survey Reveals
School Vouchers, Pro and Con: There's no Escape Clause in The Social Contract
Videotape Puts Beating in Omaha in Spotlight
Risk-Taking Parents Embrace Vision for City on a Hill in Boston
Demand for Technology-Savvy Workers Falling Short of Supply
News Update: N.Y.C. Teachers, School Board Settle Contract Agreement
Legislative Update
The Final Judgment: Juries Assess Students at New School
Ga. Educators, Students Cast in Olympic Roles
K.C. District Chief Resigns; Desegregation Plan in Limbo
Excerpts From Supreme Court Ruling in U.S. v. Virginia
A School is Born: First Year Winds to an End
Okla. Governor Vetoes High-Profile Reform Measure