News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Compromise Allows N.Y.C. School To Keep Teacher
In Baltimore, A New Team Takes Charge
Many States Moving Forward on Child-Health Effort
Riley Delays National Tests' Development
NEA Agrees To Abandon Property-Tax Break
Arkansas Backs Off Extracurricular GPA Requirement
Minn. District Closes 16 Portable Classrooms
'Fighting All My Life'
Seeking Customer Satisfaction
The 'Still, Small Voice' of Reform
Block Grant Compromise Put Forward
Schools Roll With Banking Changes
School Choice: It's Still a Seller's Market
N.J., Texas Eye Teacher-Continuing-Ed. Plans
'Fighting All My Life'
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School Library Budgets Decline, Study Shows
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'Fighting All My Life'
Ed. Dept. Clarifies Policy on Special Ed. Suspension
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Ill. Scores at Odds With Perceptions of Capabilities
Teachers' Contract Deters Achievement, Study Says
Can Equity and Excellence Coexist?
New Alliance Endeavors To Put Schools First
In Little Rock, Clinton Says Integration Work Isn't Done
Early School-to-Work Programs Thriving, Report Finds
Senate Voc. Ed. Bill Draws Lots of Criticism
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Higher Ed. Law Eyed as Teacher Training Platform
The Jewel in the Crown
Lawsuit Seeks To Overturn Arizona Tax-Credit Law
Hartford High School Retains Accreditation, Gets Probation Instead
Condom Programs Don't Spur Sex, Study Says
Glimmer of History Standards Shows Up in Latest Textbooks
Panel Urges Greater Focus on Immigrant Children's Needs
Old NEA Staff Could Impede New Unionism
Layoff Case Is Personal in N.J. School
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Job-Training Initiative Aims To Fill High-Tech Slots
Dade Co. Board Adopts Student Drug-Testing Policy
Court Accepts Voting-Rights Case Involving School Takeover Law
Mo. Loses Bid To End St. Louis Desegregation Plan
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Parties Take Up New Education Policy Debate
Charles: Write-Off or Reader?
The Jewel in the Crown
Pa. Panel Takes New Look at Urban Education
New Term Likely To Leave Mark on Affirmative Action
Standards Reform Run Amok
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Orfield Report Praises Boston Transfer Program
Sometimes 'Equal' Means 'Different'
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Strike Ends, Struggles Continue for Ill. District
Education Groups Sit Out Test Lobbying
Education Innovations Shine In National Awards Program
Killing Time
Few U.S. Schools Use Technology Well, 2 Studies Report
Killing Time
The Paradox of Educational Power
High Court Returns, Seeks Input on Special Ed. Case
The Second Great Math Rebellion
In Plea Deal, Dallas Supt. Admits Theft
Teachers' Web Site To Keep Running
Ready-To-Learn Goal Still Yards Away From End Zone
Killing Time
Clarification
The POW in Language Power
Federal Court Reinstates Spec. Ed. Suit Against State of Calif., School District
Plan To Curb Bilingual Ed. Progresses in Calif.
Six Charged as Conspirators in Miss. High School Slayings
House Passes D.C. Voucher Bill 203-202; Veto Threatened
Texas Boosts Accountability for Teacher Preparation
Studies Illuminate Far-Reaching Ramifications of Abuse of Girls
In N.J. Boy's Death, a Grim Warning About Raising Money Door to Door
In Ohio, Education Ombudsman Has Answers
GOP Plays Hardball To Block National Tests
Rural Districts Pursue Elusive Capital Funding
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N.Y.C. Internet Site Links City Schools' Wish Lists With Benefactors' Gifts
Wash. Teachers' Union Exchanges Legal Challenges With Think Tank
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Trouble Ahead for Older Students, Study Finds
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'Looping' Catches On as a Way To Build Strong Ties
Crew Seeks an End to Tenure for Principals
Danger Below?
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Danger Below?
Summit in New Hampshire Shines Spotlight on Education
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Dialogue on Race: The Rules of Engagement
Report Looks to Schools To Revitalize the Arts
Del. Governor Finds Funding, Time for Mentoring Efforts
Danger Below?
Discrimination Claimed in Texas Exit-Exam Lawsuit
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Indianapolis Ponders the Post-Zendejas Era
Mayors, Superintendents Pledge Greater Cooperation
Little-Known Center Offers Schools Its Video Gems
Va. Gubernatorial Hopefuls Debate Education
Tracking Title I
National Tests, Title I at Odds on Language
Mich. House Passes Bill To Revise High School Testing Program
Tracking Title I
EPA Sweep Includes Sites Near Schools
Late Budget in Wis. Expands School Choice Options
High Stakes: Test Truths or Consequences
GOP Tutoring Grants Inspire Concerns, Praise
Turning College 'Access' Into 'Participation'
Potential Binds Complicate Voucher Debate
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State Boards' Leaders Call for Assessments Bearing Consequences
Measuring Title I's Effectiveness
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Teacher vs. Teacher? Nonsense
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In Atlanta and Denver, the Focus Is on School Board Races
Voters in N.Y., Oregon Face Ballot Questions On Education Bonds
Expanding Peace Corps Program Seeks To Bring World to Schools
ETS Turns to Third Party To Investigate Test Security
A Different Kind of Union
House Approves GOP's School Savings Plan; Budget Gets Extension
Ed. Dept. Funds Large-Scale Research Effort on Teaching
Education Prominent in N.J. Governor's Race
Boston High Schools Try Locking Out Chronically Tardy
Riley Hauls Out Less-Than-Fresh Math Findings in Education Blitz
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Internet System Lets Parents Spy on Day Care
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Professors' Attitudes Out of Sync, Study Finds
Chicago, San Francisco Consider Admissions Changes for Magnets
Despite Heat on Tobacco Producers, Some Schools Still Permit Smoking
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The Invisible Wheelchair
School-to-Work for the College-Bound
President Clinton Unveils Proposals To Upgrade Child Care
Philanthropic Partnership To Foster Jewish Schools
A Different Kind of Union
Reading Bill Makes Progress; Testing Doesn't
Proposed IDEA Rules Target Testing, Accountability
Beating a Path to Saturn's Plant
Science Proves a Big Mystery To U.S. Pupils
Scandal, Lawsuits Hound a Divided Dallas Board
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The Real Teacher Crisis
New Test in R.I. Sends Shock Waves Through State
School Bus Drivers Trying To Keep the Peace
Accreditors Shift Toward Performance