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Judge Defines Church-State Rules for Ala.
In Ariz., Time Again To Retool School Finance
Affirmative Action Is Key to Diversity, Admissions Officers Say
Latest Testing Compromise Appears Doomed
Chicago Study Credits School-Based Reforms
Justice: NCAA Biased Against Learning-Disabled Students
New Exam for Would-Be Principals Provides States a Tool for Licensing
U.S. Schools Need To Pump Up Physical Education, Report Warns
Education Week Technology Report Cites Lack of Data
Language and Hope
Voucher Plan Advances to House Floor
Duty-Bound
Clinton Adds School Success Effort to His Agenda
Duty-Bound
Minn. Paints Arts Requirement Back Into the Picture
Say What?
Riley, Bennett Talk Vouchers, Tests Before New Education Task Force
Limitations on Approved Topics for Reading Sessions Rile Teacher Trainers
Turmoil in Wyoming: School Funding Back in Court
Teacher Sues After District Says She Can't Discuss Her Homosexuality
With Board Opposition Mounting, Snead Resigns As Detroit Superintendent
Some Tech Goals Tougher Than Others, Group Finds
Silber and Chelsea: A Lasting Legacy?
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HIV Crisis Spurs Quick Action by N.Y. Districts
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Yale Study Faults Child Care in All 50 States
Religious-Expression Amendment Clears House Panel on Party Lines
NTSB Cites Safety Risks for Students Using Transit Buses
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Math Showdown Looms Over Standards in Calif.
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Makeup of Atlantic City Middle School at Issue
Science Needs A 'Lived' Curriculum
D.C. Schools, Parents Settle Longstanding Suit
White House, GOP Craft Agreement on Testing
Atlanta, Denver Boards Win Votes of Confidence
Myths About Dyslexia
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Education Dept. Goes Public At Charter School Conference
Congress Poised To Pass Bill To Hike School Funding
Lawmakers Act To Ease Crowding
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Four Dallas Unions Vie To Lead Teacher Representation
Voucher Bill Fails on Bipartisan Vote in House
Teaching Tiny Sounds Via Computer Games
N.D. Schools Feel Impact of Tax-Abatement Choices
Accrediting Bodies Offer Improvement Guide
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Education Tax-Savings Bill Stalls in Senate
Ky. Panel Backs Adding Council Parent
Dealing With Dyslexia
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In Unprecedented Move, NEA, AFT Forge Partnership To Address Issues
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Curriculum Beats Scores, Survey Finds
55 Pa. Districts Victimized by Alleged Financial Scheme
Illegal Drug Use Rises for Youngest Teenagers
Supreme Court Allows Ban on Affirmative Action in Calif.
Dealing With Dyslexia
Minneapolis Chief Thinks Locally in Reorganization
Double Standards
Schools Hopeful After GOP Wins, Promises
Double Standards
The University of Chicago's Department of Education Will Not Be Missed
Miss. District Drops Race-Conscious Class Elections
Teacher Training Ignores Students' Families, Study Finds
Study Envisions Ordered System for Child Care
The Tyranny and Folly of Ideological Progressivism
Goals Panel Touts Review of Instructional Materials
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Momentum Builds for Early-Childhood Vote in Calif.
NASSP To Promote Company's Practice SAT Tests
Panel Urges Making Lifelong Learning Easier
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Putting New School Leaders To the Test
Charter Colleges of Education
Clinton Administration Shifts Gears on Reading Bill
D.C. Appropriations Bill Passes After Lawmakers Drop Voucher Language
Audit: ECS Sound; Policy Issues Ahead
District Might Let Students Pick Teachers
Fathers Play Unique Role in Schooling, Study Finds
Proposal in Congress Would Set Statehood Vote in '98
A Matter of Time: Schools Try Four-Day Weeks
The Power of Language
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Ky. Chief Says State Should Take Over District
Supreme Court Lets Stand Ruling on Alleged Student Strip Search
Momentum Builds for Early-Childhood Vote in Calif.
Test Proposal To Be Tested by Experts
Mich. Resolves Debate on Spec. Ed. Funding
Bishops Seek Means To Maintain High Quality
Work-Based Curriculum: A Labor Approach to School-to-Work
Education Professors Live in the Real World (Despite What a Recent Survey Says)
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PR Firm Turns Students On to Math, Science
At a Glance: Puerto Rico
Spending Measure Boosts Education Funding
FCC Extends Schools' Entry Deadline, Leveling Playing Field for Technology
The Power of Language
Fla. Legislators Approve New Plan for School Construction Spending
Living-History Lessons Resurrect Old Wounds
Momentum Builds for Early-Childhood Vote in Calif.
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Teachers Give Parents, National Tests Low Marks on Survey
Scientists Protest Exclusion From Standards Writing
Opportunity To Learn or Opportunity To Lose?
Final Education Appropriations for Fiscal 1997 and Fiscal 1998
IDEA Rules Are Hot Topic at State Spec. Ed. Directors' Meeting
Jobs Will Follow Better Schools, Say Miami-Dade Leaders
S.F. Schools Launch Campaign To Help Minority Students
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N.J. Unveils Reform Plans for Urban Districts
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N.Y. Students Must Master 2nd Language
Colo. Officials Couldn't Be Happier With Low Scores
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D.C. Schools Seek New Focus on Academics
Anti-Depressants for Children: Aids to Learning or Quick Fixes?
Learning To Survive
Ill. Lawmakers Get One More Try To Pass School Funding Reforms
Panel Reports Ample Action on Teaching
High Court To Hear Sexual-Harassment Case
Ky. To Showcase Performance-Linked Curricula
Unusual Budget Year Yields Funding Gains For School Programs
Want To Keep American Jobs and Avert Class Division? Try High School Trig
Early-Childhood Educators Seek Guidance on Fostering Literacy
Final Fiscal 1998 Appropriations and President Clinton's Fiscal 1998 Proposals
Gun-Safety Program Comes Under Attack For Cartoon Character
Why Don't Students at This School Read Ivanhoe Anymore?
Measure Would Heighten Awareness of Pell Grants
Youth Crime on Congress' 1998 Agenda
N.J. District Settles Case On Race Bias
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