Mass Suspensions Leave Baltimore Reeling
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La. Gov. Pulls Abstinence Education Proposal
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Firms Eyeing Test-Prep Aid for Students
With Funding Vote, Congress Undoes Title I Solution
In the Line of Fire
In Minn., Criticism May Quash Board's Diversity-Rule Proposal
Education Officials Cite Concerns About Implementing IDEA Rules
Sometimes, Settling Is the Best Policy
Education Spending Bill Shows Trend Toward Earmarked Funding
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N.Y. Regents To Drop Foreign-Language Requirement
A Headmaster Reflects
Correspondence on Hopwood v. Texas
Kan. Education Groups Positioning for State Surplus
A Waste of Talent
Fla. Court Deals Blow To Initiative Campaign on Education Funding
Dollars Don't Mean Success in Calif. District
In the Line of Fire
Detroit Schools Target 9th Grade In Effort To Reduce Dropout Rate
Group Seeks Reasons for Textbook Shortage in L.A.
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Panel Opposes Return to Neighborhood Schools
Students To Take SAT Despite Texas Decision To Minimize Its Need
'The Missing Piece'
Feds Serve Up Education 'Pork' In Fiscal 1998
Virginia Buys Calculators for All 9th, 10th Graders
In the Line of Fire
Assessment Board Wrestles With Test Mandate
Odyssey of a National Test: From Napkin to Classroom?
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Mentor Program Gives Head Start Youngsters An Added Jump Start
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L.A. Settles Decade-Old Teacher-Compensation Suit
Student Expulsions Soar Under Milwaukee's New Discipline Policy
Ahead of the Crowd
Judge in Ala. Prayer Case Defends Injunction Against District
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Educators Grapple With Assessing Non-English-Speakers
House Leaders May Seek 'Veto' If IDEA Rules Stay as Proposed
Fuzzy Math, Old Math, and Dewey
High Court To Weigh Teacher-Pupil Sex Harassment
Getting a Read on Independent Schools
Campaign Puts Focus on Black Students' Achievements
Troubled Mass. District Seeks Cooperation With State Officials
When Computers Break Down, Schools Are Turning to Students
Ahead of the Crowd
Clinton Plan Would Target Poor Schools
When the Hunt Is On, Some Schools Close Their Doors
High Court To Weigh Union-Fee Litigation; Schools' Impact Eyed
Clinton School Plans Advance on Some Fronts
Internet Summit Offers Schools Little Direction on Safety
Ky. Test Scores Up as KIRIS Criticism Lingers
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Calif. Officials Give Tentative Approval To Math Standards With Basics Bent
New Study Finds Low Achievement in City Schools
Explaining Standards: A 12-Step Talking Paper
In Vt., School Funding Plan May Be In for Revisions
Mo. Plan Would Strip St. Louis Board of Power
Ahead of the Crowd
Progress on Clinton's 'Call to Action'
In the Wake of Tragedy
New Illinois Law Swells Funding For State's Poorer School Districts
Firms Hoping To Turn Profit From Charters
The Case for New Standards in Education
School Choice Picks Up New Allies in States
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