Report Calls for Decentralization of Detroit School Administration
Suit Challenges Integration Plan in Louisville
Latest Kids Count Shows Child Care Elusive for the Poor
Politics, Money Transform Golden State's Citizen Initiative Process
For Small Schools, an Identity Crisis
Black, Hispanic Youth Smoking on Rise
Reading Funds May Shift to Special Education
From Charters to Pilots, Boston Offers a Variety of Small-School Options
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Teen Mother Denied Membership in Honor Society
Across U.S., Schools Hope for Healthy, Happy Employees
Administration, Congress Weigh In on Bilingual Education
Cable Channel To Broadcast Only Children's Educational Programs
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Politics, Money Transform Golden State's Citizen Initiative Process
N.Y.C. Study Weighs Cost of Small Schools
Prop. 227 Could Torpedo 'Two Way' Language Programs
Student Charged in Dance Shooting
House Plan Demands More Data on Teacher Training
Licensing Exam for Principal Candidates Unveiled
The Road to Wellness
Evolution Debate Accents Deeper Science Disquiet
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'America Reads' Is Taking Hold at Grassroots
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Calif. Schools Caught Up in Ballot Tide
Court Lets Stand Ruling on School Serving Sect
The Road to Wellness
Polled Scientists Give Thumbs-Up to Reforms
Time To Solve the Math Education Equation
'Heated Debate'
School Sports Events Get Rocked by Rash of Recent Violent Crime
On Cargo Cults And Educational Innovation
House Endorses Voucher Program for D.C. Schools
Summer-Job Forecast for Teens Looks Bright
After Criticism, Department Eases Deadline for IEP Changes
Riley's Staff Downplays Irish Rumors
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Principals Arrested for Not Reporting Abuse
Pataki Vetoes Funding for School Construction
Supporters of Privately Financed Vouchers Tout Progress
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Calif. Reaches 'Historic' Charter School Agreement
Reform by Thoreau
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Tenn. Weighs Response to School Bus Overcrowding
NEA Board OKs Principles for AFT Merger
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Survey Method Unveils More Risky Behavior
Supreme Court Ruling on Lawsuits Is a Defeat for Government Officials
House Approves Reauthorization of Higher Education Act
Behind the 'Mask of Masculinity'
More Students in AP Courses Find They Can't Escape the Test
Senate Passes Bill Governing Vocational Education
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Educators Call Birthrate Drop Payoff for Sex Ed. Programs
Parents' Organization Counts Chapters in 26 States
AFT Report Disputes Claims by Edison Project
Species Act Hits Schools' Forest Income
Administrators Confounded by Internet Pranks
Unions Rally Membership To Save PACs
Buffalo Settles Case Challenging Racial Preferences
'Warm Demanders'
Correction
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Goodling Sets His Sights on One More Term in the House
Fla. City Will Open Its Own Charter Schools
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A Fine Communitarianism This Is
Florida's 'List of Shame' ShrinksAs Legislators Hail Improvement
Birthrates Across the States
Ed. Dept. Shows Relationship Between NAEP, TIMSS
Ohio Voters Reject Sales-Tax Hike for Schools
Dayton Union Nixes Plan for Edison To Run Charters
Boosters of 'Payroll Protection' View Calif. as Pacesetter
School Groups Rally Behind E-Rate Program
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A Question of Value
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Frustrated With State, Texas Districts Back Reviving Finance Suit
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Money Issues Often Drive Unions Apart
International Birthrates
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Turning Peer Pressure Inside Out
Classroom-Spending Vote Has Educators Split
Officials Call Gun Report Proof of Crackdown
Federal Literacy Debate May Go Down to the Wire
One School at a Time, Pa. Company Is Dominating the For-Profit Market
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Physical-Activity Guidelines Introduced for Preadolescents
Connecticut Teachers Practicing What Teaching Tome Preaches
Ed. Dept. Seeks Researchers To Explore Lonely Databases
Middle School Keeps Boys and Girls Apart To Enforce Discipline
Hands-On Learning
Assessment Panel Seeks Ways To Attract State Participation
Gun-Related Expulsions
Report Roundup
Private SchoolsLearn Benefits of Bond Issues
Wilson Seeks New Funding Boost for State's Schools
GOP Puts Priority on Raising IDEA Funding
Alaska Legislature Approves Measure To Revamp School Funding Formula
Accountability Confusion
'Battle of Sexes' Rally Prompts Outcry at an Arizona High School
U.S. Teenage Birthrate Tops Industrial Nations
Proficient at What?
State Board Candidate Sets Out To Defy Expectations
Funding for 'E-Rate' Discounts May Come Up Short, FCC Says
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In Age of Accountability, Principals Feel the Heat
Goodling Scores Decisive Primary Victory Despite Talk of Upset
Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Spec. Ed. Case
On Capitol Hill, Congress Takes Up Bilingual Ed. Debate
Embattled Hartford, Conn., Superintendent Resigns
Edison Schools Predict 'Watershed Year' Ahead
Cincinnati Teachers Rebuff Bonus-Pay Design
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SATs Don't Get You In
Panel Examining Student Religious Expression
Union Makes Offer That Befuddles N.Y.C. Officials
High Court in N.J. Ends Funding Suit
Calif. Battle Goes Beyond Bilingual Ed.
Critics Say House Budget Plan Is Too Little, Too Late
Empower--Rather Than Overpower
Satcher Vows To Put School-Based Health Care in Limelight
States Move Swiftly on Child-Insurance Front
Hope in the Mourning
Two Students Die, 22 Injured in Ore. Rampage
New Questions Raised About the Validity of TIMSS Comparisons
Memphis Study Tracks Gains in Whole-School Designs
Wis. Lawmakers Reject Milwaukee Takeover Plan
The Importance of 'Critical Friends': Reform Effort Gets Teachers Talking
Hope in the Mourning
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AFT Executive Board Unanimously Endorses Merger Plan
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British Publisher Set To Buy 2nd-Biggest Education House