Summit To Issue Call for Service in Name of Youths
Vouchers: A Questionable Answer To an Unasked Question
N.J. Districts Breathe Easy After Budget Votes
Binding the Pieces Together
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Officials Weigh Which Poverty Data To Use in Allotting Aid
Ups, Downs of 10 High Schools Pursuing Reform Are Chronicled in Report
Parents, Educators Make New Connection With the Internet
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Libraries Seeking Updated Role as Learning Center
Testing
Cincinnati Training Academy Makes Teachers the Customer, Not the Captive
Supreme Court Split on Limits To Title I Aid
Internships Hailed as Key Prescription for Teacher Training
Kan. Legislators Tangle Over Local-Option School Budgets
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FBI Joins Probe of Alleged Employee Fraud in Dallas
Letters
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News in Brief: A National Roundup
From Chapter to Title
Lawmaker Gets Mixed Reviews in Drama Over Baltimore Bill
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Report Warns of Less Skilled Workforce After 2020
Lawmakers Eyeing Prepaid-Tuition Plans Anew
Hands-On Science Gets a Thumbs Up From Students
Reporter's Notebook
Why American Education Is Failing
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People
Conn. Bill To Seize Hartford Schools Passes
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About This Series
Events
Opinions on Dress Codes from Both Sides of the Courtroom
About This Series
Panel Seeks School Lunch Safety Assurances
Federal File
Texas Bill Ties College Admissions, Economic Need
Awareness Campaign Puts Spotlight on Importance of Ages 0-3
Ruling Could Put Brakes On School Drug Testing, Some Law Experts Say
Two Colo. Lawmakers Offer Tax-Reform Plan To Revamp School Aid
Legislative Update
Donated Books Take Detour to N.C. Landfill
Houston Phonics Study: A Response to Criticism
Winners and Losers
Advocates Urge More Federal Spending For Early-Childhood Programs
Making Time for Collegiality
Texas Standards Flap Holds Up Check to Center
Bio of Howard P. Rawlings
Clinton Announces 5 Child-Care, Early-Years Initiatives
Critics Set To Fight Plan To Cut Impact-Aid Funding
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Catholic Educators Share Successes Brought by Enrollment Growth
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Off To Market
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Learning About Children
Off To Market
The Hows and Whys of Hepatitis A
Focus: It's About Time
Case Limiting Title I Gets New Day in Court
Graduation-Standards Bill Signed Into Law in Florida
People
Events
Nationwide Campaign Targets Private School Vouchers
New Images of Teaching
Federal File
NCAA Revises Analysis of High School Courses
From VCR to CD-ROM: A New Way of Viewing
Corrections
Progress Is Slow-Going in Spec. Ed. Negotiations
State Journal
Divorce Increasingly Puts Schools In the Middle of Family Conflicts
The 'New Teacher Unions'
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After 16 Years, the Torch Passes at Education Week
Two Charter Schools
The Bell Will Toll an Hour Later for Sleepy Teens in Minn. District
Off To Market
Hepatitis Scare Spurs Administrators Into Action
Title I in Private Schools: A Time Line
Snapshot of An Inner-City School
Civic Journalism Putting Spotlight On School Issues
Diverse Mix of Students Win New Shot To Get Into the Swing of Golf
Clinton Testing Proposal Pits Calif. Officials
New Images of Teaching
Quality of Environmental Texts Found Uneven
Letters
Union-Backed Wis. Schools Chief Wins Second Term
Broaden Achievement Definition for NAEP, Panel Urges
Colleges Column
N.C. Consensus Pushes for New Set of Reforms
Just Saying No
Stumping for Standards
Court Upholds Suspension of N.Y. Student With Gun
Research Notes
Dietary Guides Spur Rewrite of School Menus
Ga. 'Next Generation' Project Seeks To Spur District Change
New & Noteworthy: Healing, Reinventing, Coming Together
A Poor Neighborhood With a View of a New School as a White Knight
Events
AERA's Smorgasbord Caters to Wide Variety of Tastes
Right-To-Pray Proposal Unveiled
Physical Attraction
Bonuses Weren't Prime Reason Schools Worked To Improve, Study in Ky. Says
Controversy Dogs For-Profit School for Dropouts
States Seek Voc. Ed.'s Help in Meeting Welfare Mandate
Justices Reject Ohio System of School Finance
Small Towns, Big Success
Children & Families
Surprise! Analyses Link Curriculum, TIMSS Test Scores
Magnets Touted for Serving Needy Students
As Some Skate Forward, Others Dodge PE
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
State Journal
New in Print: Books
Legislative Update
Adding Fun to the Games
Small Towns, Big Success
R.I. Teachers To Get Free Laptop Computers
Board's Ouster of Principal Sparks Furor in Ohio
People
Health Update
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Chapter 1 Aid Failed To Close Learning Gap
Letters
Federal File
Military Test Provides Career Guidance, Researchers Find
Community Resources
Campaign Intensifies To Approve $2.4 Billion Bond Proposal in L.A.
How To Close the Achievement Gap
Selected Findings From Prospects Study
Physical Attraction
Judge Decides State Funds for Desegregation To End in K.C.
How Proficiency Tests Fall Short (Let Me Count the Ways)
Take Note
Mass. Coalition Advocates Reform of Spec. Ed. Law
Acting and Understanding
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Fitness Council Battles Diminishing Profile
Bilingual & Immigrant Education
Marketing Admission Fuels Efforts To Target Smoking by Teenagers
La. Court Dismisses Finance Case With One Sentence; Appeal Promised
Year Later, Progress Since Summit Questioned
Title I Grant Allocations Await Decision on Population Estimates
Retailers Size Up Growth in Uniform Business
Milestones in Kansas City Case
Vocational Education
Democrats Seek To Mobilize Parents To Urge Building Plan
Physical Attraction
Idaho To Allow High Schoolers To Attend College Full Time
Demography Report Finds Educational Attainment Up
Cost of Test Proposal Up to $10 Million in First Year
Detroit 'Partnership' Plan Tabled
Southern States Found Cautious in Using Sanctions
Bond's Buying Power
Accreditation and Quality
Federal File
Polishing the Progressive Approach
In the Arms of the Providers
Reporter's Notebook
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Updating '82 Ruling, Judge Orders W.Va. Funding Plan
In the Arms of the Providers
Pa. Plan To Repeal Environmental-Safety Rules Criticized
Settlement House Continues a Tradition
Grants
N.Y.C. Policy on Collecting Yearbooks Assailed
Study Finding Earlier Puberty Raises Sex Ed. Questions
School-Closing Plan Poses Test for D.C. Leaders
The 'Who' of Teaching
Respecting the Integrity of the School Year
Plan Tying Increased Aid, State Control of Baltimore Schools Backed
Intellectual Development Linked to Quality of Day Care
EAI Seeks To Team With Developers To Build Charter Schools in Arizona
Chapter 1 Study Documents Impact of Poverty
Mass. Plan To Triple Number of Charter Schools Scrutinized
Media
U.S. Schools Lapsing Into 'Resegregation,' Orfield Warns
Education Week on the Web Launches 'Town Meeting'
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Accreditation Of Child Care No Guarantee, Study Asserts
Deadlines
Disruptive Spec. Ed. Students Get Own School
Plan To Lop Off 200,000 Students From L.A. Unveiled
Researchers Recount the Pluses of Charter Schools
Deputy Among 3 Finalists for L.A. Superintendent's Job
Report Roundup
Building Better Childhood Services
Voters Approve $2.4 Billion in Bonds for L.A.
Md. Students Scurry To Fulfill Service Learning
Ariz. Law Grants Tax Credit for Tuition-Aid Donations
Letters
State Journal
Mass. Study Supplies Ammunition To Supporters and Critics of Choice
Legislative Update
Take Note
Running the Business of Day Care
Hepatitis Outbreak Spurs Inoculations in 5 States
Education Groups Join in Campaign for Civic Renewal
Taking Care of Children the Army Way
Hawaii Senate Backs Deep School Budget Cuts
People
A Rural Approach to Head Start
Training Called Key to Enhancing Use of Computers, Poll Finds
Study Paints Mixed Picture of Benefits of Pre-K Program in Ga.
Finding Rewards in Home Care
In The News
Calif. Measure Barring Racial Preferences Reinstated
This Year, ED Is Keeping Up With Financial-Aid Applications
Staying in the Game, Part I
16,000 N.Y.C. Parents Apply for 1,300 Vouchers to Private Schools
The False Friends of Charter Schools
Without Court Orders, Schools Ponder How To Pursue Diversity
Chicago's Road to Reform
Rural Districts Less Connected to Internet
Teachers Need Nuts, Bolts of Reforms, Experts Say
Honors & Awards
Anticipating Defeat, Broward Cancels Vote on Bonds
Community Resources
Federal File
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Districts Seek To Put Cork in Drinking at the Prom
Sports
Blurring the Lines, Part III
Language and Program Limits at Issue Across States
Ban on Gang Symbols Fails To Pass Constitutional Muster, Court Rules
Anti-Crime Efforts Often Found To Fall Short
High Court Declines To Review Title IX Athletics Case
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Title I Grants by State
New One-on-One Time Helps Teacher Uncover Well-Hidden Learning Problems
Mich. Schools Warned Not To Excuse Pupils From Test
Take Note
Blurring the Lines
Letters
Some Find Fault With 'Daughters to Work' Event
Events
Staying in the Game, Part II
37 Districts With NSF Grants Launch Coalition To Improve Information on Math, Science
Urban Education
Class-Size Cuts in Calif. Bring Growing Pains
Six Years Later, NCES Issues Indicator Report
Denver Hispanics Assail Bilingual Ed. Plan
Churches Aid Fire-Damaged Texas School
Issue of Spec. Ed. in Prisons Pits Calif., ED
Set Up for Failure
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Racial Makeup at Issue in S.C. Charter Debate
People
Legislative Update
Special Education
Alliance of Black Educators Seeks Greater Role in Reforms
Racial Preferences Challenged in Houston
Majority of Dade Schools Back Uniforms for Students
Racial Quotas in Desegregation Case Rejected
Overriding Veto, Miss. Lawmakers Increase School Aid
60% of Counties To Receive Less in Title I Grants
Public Often Unaware of College Cost Options, Panel Told
The World as Multimedia Village
State Journal
Blurring the Lines, Part II