Shared Love of Reading Pairs Senators and Students
Why Students Don't Know Much About History
Supreme Court Lets Stand DecisionsOn Tenn. District's Election System
GAO Documents Persistent School Inequities
Teacher Sickout Shuts Down Wisconsin District
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The War on Imaginary Drugs
Governors Press for Funding Freedom in Washington
R.I. Explores the State's Classrooms Using Ambitious Survey Campaign
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Court Faults Illinois in Chicago Spec. Ed. Case
L.A. To Equip Campus Police Force With Shotguns
Chicago Board Approves Plan To LimitStudent Time in Bilingual Ed. to 3 Years
U.S. Seniors Near Bottom in World Test
K-12 Math, Science Grantmaker for NSF Under Scrutiny
An Urban High School With No Violence
'Work Keys' Job-Skills Assessment Finally Catching On
A Sampling of Questions From Rhode Island's SALT Survey
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A Lesson Before Dying
Academics Blast State History, Geography Standards
Focus on Teacher Preparation, Not Numbers, Panel Hears
Hispanic, Bilingual Groups Unite Against Calif. Measure
Study Credits Choice With Raising Test Scores
'E-Rate' Discounts Attract Scrutiny on Hill
Experts Tackle Transition to Kindergarten
Islamic School Faces Local Opposition
In a Detroit Suburb, an Automaker's Vision Gets New Life
Legal Challenge Delays Construction Projects
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A Lesson Before Dying
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Calif. DistrictsFighting State Testing Orders
NCATE Gets $1.5 Million Grant To Test Standards
Education's Intrinsic Worth
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Tenured Principals: An Endangered Species
Calif. Poll Finds Support for State Action on Schools
The End in Sight
Supreme Court Lets Desegregation Plan Stand
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The End in Sight
Vouchers Face Key Legal Test in Wisconsin
The End in Sight
Calif. School Board Infusing Pedagogy Into Frameworks
In Some Districts, the Bell Tolls Later for Teens
More Schools, Classrooms Gaining Access to Internet
Ed. Dept. Releases Proposed Guidelines for Research
Wash. Union Fined, Agrees To Give Refunds
The End in Sight
Test-Basher Arithmetic
Chiles Urges Changes for Schools, Children
Vote in Ky. House May Presage KIRIS Battle
Focus of Title I Shifting From Pullout Efforts
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Study Finds Distinctive Brain Patterns in People With Dyslexia
Independent Schools Seek Ways To Strengthen Community Ties
The End in Sight
Challenge to La. Accountability Law Heads to Trial
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Is Gifted Education Still Viable?
AACTE Announces New Governance Structure; Imig To Become President
L.A. Abandons Challenge to English-Only Test
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
In Midst of Skepticism and Scrutiny, NEA's 5 Charter Schools Push On
Experts Promote Math, Science for Preschoolers
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The End in Sight
Vocational Education
Union's Charter School Project Emphasizes Research and Evaluation
Merging the Teachers' Unions
Colleges Retool Outreach Efforts As Affirmative Action Changes
N.Y.C. Gives Nod to Sign Language for Deaf
Ranking of States by Scores
A Tale of Two Panels
Departures, Budget Woes Roil NASSP
An Annual Rite in Philadelphia:Hornbeck Duels State Over Budget
Hispanic Youths Tend To Be Sicker and Lack Insurance, Study Says
BreakingforTradition
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Black Institutions Capitalize On Changing Policies in Calif.
Proposed Reading, Math Tests To Look Like NAEP
Calif. Flush With Wave of School Bond Votes
Principals' Shoes Are Hard To Fill, Study Finds
Civic Apathy: Who Cares?
Rules for Fla. Child Centers Said To Be Beneficial
Educational-Technology Boosters Feeling Stung by Media Backlash
BreakingforTradition
In Dearborn, Middle East Meets Middle West
Sniffing Out School Illness: Is It in the Air?
Altering Destinies
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Departures, Budget Woes Roil NASSP
Hard Times in Hawaii Mean Less Money for Schools
Clinton Presses Congress for Action on Child Care
Breaking forTradition
San Diego'sNew Chief anUnlikely Pick
Hit With Meningitis, R.I. Tries To Immunize Its Youths
Report Casts Doubt on the Value of Single-Sex Schooling
Value of Two GOP Education Probes Debated
Struggling To Ease Painful Memories of a Faraway War
As Tuition Climbs, More States Ponder College-Aid Plans
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The Branches of Judaism
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How We Can Solve the Homework Problem
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A Crack in the Middle
Reviewers Disappointed in States' Mathematics and Science Standards
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As Federal Subsidies Wane, 'Secret City' Looks to the Future
Side by Side
Arizona Ponders Making School Bond Issues History
Citizenship: The 'Lost Social Mandate of the Public School'
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News in Brief: A National Roundup
Training for Inclusion
S.F. Board Rejects Race Quotas for Literature
Trashing School-to-Work
Study Warns Against Reliance on Testing Data
Mills Proposes Broad Urban Policy for N.Y.
Worksite Charter Schools Take the Edge Off Commuting
NRC Panel Urges End to Reading Wars
Part-Time Adviser Speaks From Experience
Committee Cuts Funds for Teaching-Standards Board
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Public Engagement Said To Hold Promise for Schools
Losing Weight and Reforming Schools
States Offer Schools a New Outlook on Management, Financial Aptitude
Role of Spec. Ed. Teacher Changing
Once Again, Tough Talk on School Spending
In Policy Shift, Nebraska Advances State Assessment Plan
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N.Y.C. Approves Plan for Uniforms in Early Grades
Say 'Eh-Oh': PBS To Air First TV Show for Toddlers
Clinton Releases Findings of School Violence Survey
Passing the Teacher
Partnerships Put Emphasis on Preparation
Research Explores the Reasons Why Principals Get the Ax
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N.C. Lawsuit Revives Historic Integration Case
States Raising Bar for Teachers Despite Pending Shortage
Failing Schools Challenge Accountability Goals
In Troubled Schools, Policy and Reality Collide