Crowded, Dilapidated Schools Lack Welcome Mat for Students
The Changing Face of Nonpublic Schools
Project Seeks Meeting of the Minds on Reform
Takeovers Threatened, 25 Ark. Districts Address Deficiencies
Philanthropy
School Provision Stripped From Immigration Bill
Whodunit?
School Groups Join Forces in Quest of Telecomm Discounts
Settlement Reached in New Era Pyramid Scheme
3 Business Groups Advocate Common Reform Agenda
People
Whodunit?
Child Nutrition Contracts Violated Laws, Ethics Rules, GAO Reports
Letters
Technology Summit Makes School-College Connection
Events
Neighborhood-School Gains Not Realized, Study Finds
A Lesson From Ms. McGreevey's 3rd-Grade Class
Whodunit?
Republicans Settle on Generous Budget Bill
2 N.Y. Policymakers Float Voucher Proposals
Ohio High Court Hears Arguments in Finance Case
Whodunit?
Ruling That Overturned Suspension of Student With Gun Assailed
Take Note
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Bus Contracts in Two Utah Districts Under Scrutiny
N.Y. State Held Liable for Vestiges Of Segregation in Yonkers Schools
State Journal
Tuition Is Up, But So Is Aid, Studies Report
Supportive District, Vigilant Judge Make for Model
Federal File
NSF Cuts Off Funds to D.C.,Three States
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Marginalizing Unions: Formula for Disaster
Appointments
New Teaching Methods, Technology Add to Space Crunch
'Three Assassins of Excellence'
The Career Game
Taking Stock of Clinton's Spending Record
Minn. Agency Decried for Bad-Mouthing Schools
Welfare Reform; The Finished Product
Early Years
Whodunit?
Research Notes
Booklet Outlines Guidelines for International Studies
Jailed Youths Get Shortchanged on Education
Advocates Fear Harmful Effects of Welfare Law
In Boston, Voters To Decide Whether To Elect Members
State Journal
Viva Victor
In Dade, Ditching At-Large Voting Means New Faces
The Changing Face of Nonpublic Schools
Districts Scramble To Cope With Student Expulsions
Ballot Box: Spreading Out the Blame for Teen Drug Use
Private Schools Aren't All the Same, Report Says
Catholic Teachers Start Union in St. Louis
Techno-Reformers and Classroom Teachers
Creating Community Consensus On Core Values
As States Sign On, NetDay Movement Spreads
When Enough is Not Enough
Federal File
Letters to the Editor
Plan Gives Mayor Control Over Cleveland Schools
People
Vocational Education
Today, Private Schools Span Diverse Range
Seattle Board To Vote on New Student-Assignment Proposal
Districts Keep Watchful Eye on New Court Term
109 Chicago Schools Put on Academic Probation
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Revenue Lost From Utah Monument Lamented
Calif. Scurries To Find Space for Students
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundupu
Viva Victor
Supreme Court Highlights
Testing
PSAT To Add Writing Test To Settle Bias Case
Viva Victor
Clinton Signs Bill Boosting ED Budget by $3.6 Billion
Teacher Mentors Sought To Make Technology Links
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Events
Take Note
Viva Victor
For-Profit School for Dropouts Sparks Turf Battle in Detroit
Teachers' Unions Flex Political Muscles as Election Nears
School-Trust Lands on the Auction Block in Okla.
Cautious Analysis of Edison Test Data Urged
Letters to the Editor
Take Note
A School of Their Own
Math, Science Curricula Said To Fall Short
Clinton Position on Private Vouchers Debated
Project Seeks To Link Academics and the Real World
Rifts Stymie Efforts To Retool Special Ed. Law
State Journal
Deadlines
Applied Academics
NEA Members Say They Have a Mind of Their Own on How To Vote
Supreme Court Declines To Accept Student Sexual-Harassment Case
Art for Art's Sake
Student Coursework Runs Afoul of NCAA's Rules on Eligibility
2 Vie for Stripped-Down Schools Post in N.C.
Tax Exemptions to Nonprofits in Maine Argued
After Two Lean Years, Education Budget Up 14%
Skeptical Teens' Political Apathy Vexes Teachers
Federal File
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Payoff Seen in Using Popular Fiction To Promote Reading
NAEP Reports Modest Gains in Math and Science Scores
The Miseducation of Our Gifted Children
Mock Elections, Voter Programs Seek To Plug In Tuned-Out Students
People
Private Schools
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Events
Falling Birthrate Leaves Experts Asking Why
Meier Submits Proposal To Run Boston Pilot School
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Another Boilerplate Campaign Misses the Point
Chicago Hope
The 'Loyal Opposition' and the Future of British and American School Reform
'E-Rate' Telecom Discounts for Schools Detailed
High Court To Hear Arguments on Religious-Freedom Act
Chicago Hope
To Relieve Crowding, Houston Turns to Private School
Suspensions Spur Debate Over Discipline Codes
Ballot Box
'Entity' Has New Name and $5 Million in Support
Chicago Hope
Standards for After-School Care Piloted
To Transmit or To 'Construct'?
New in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Early Years
Carson City School Vote Puts Middle-College Idea on the Line
People
Technology Update: A Host of Challenging Web Sites Combine Surfing With Learning
Grants
Noted Stanford Researcher To Head Carnegie Foundation
On-Line Access Appears To Benefit Student Projects, Study Finds
Tampa Desegregation Case Returns to Court
Standards for After-School Care
Education Is Pivotal Issue in Races for Congress
School Groups at Odds Over Pair of Neb. Ballot Measures
1996 Gubernatorial Candidates: Profiles and Education Policy
Take Note
Clinton Casts Education in Starring Role
State Journal
San Antonio Picks Up Tab for All School Meals
Gaining Mileage From Tax Hike, Mo. Governor Widens Lead
Cincinnati Eyes Top-to-Bottom Restructuring
Federal File
Chicago Hope
Calif. Voters To Weigh In on Preference-Based Policies
New in Brief: A National Roundup
Students Sample Smithsonian Treasures in Traveling Tour
Letters to the Editor
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Streetwise Educators Teach Life's Gritty Lessons
Unqualified Teachers: A Predictable Finding
Without a Prayer
Pooling Our Resources
GOP Themes Boost Choice, Hamper Dole
Letters to the Editor
Districts Scrambling To Keep the Driver's Seat Filled
State Ballot Questions
Without a Prayer
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Conservative Slate Angles for Kan. State Board Seats
Take Note
Ballot Box
This 'Card-Carrying Liberal' Endorses School Choice
Publishing
Without a Prayer
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
State Journal
Ill. Court Delivers Ultimate Setback in School Finance Suit
Under New Budget, Charter Schools Cash In
Phila. Plan Links Student Achievement, Teacher Pay
Wider Use of Computers in Schools Brings Confusion Over Copyrights
Ark. Voters Consider Finance Fix Amid Full Court Pressure
Special Education
Woman in Md. Home-School Case Acquitted
Federal File
People
High Court To Review Case on Immunity Defense
Study: Site Management Has No Effect on Scores
Apple To Aim New Computer at School Market
Parents
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Without a Prayer
Choice Plans Face Big Statewide Test in Wash.
NSF No Longer Funding NSTA Project in High School Science
Bus-Safety Training Planned
N.J. Auditors Cite District's Waste, Nepotism
Events
New Study of Title I Will Examine Program Under States' Standards
Voters in L.A., Cleveland Face Key Questions