New Twist on an Old Law
Ignoring Critics, State Boards Pursue New Schools Chiefs
How U.S. Students Have It Easy (and Hard)
Poll Finds Americans Split Over Public Funding of Private Education
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Policy Battles Leave E-Rate Funds on Hold
Adult Drug Use Stable, But More Youths Using Marijuana, Poll Finds
Calif. Targets K-12 'Social Promotions'
Bridging the Remediation Gap
Report for Goals Panel Calls for Consensus on Standards
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Calif. Awaits School Board's Action on Prop. 227 Waivers
Legislative Update
A Case for the Sacred in Our Schools
Californians To Vote on Huge Education Bond
Seattle Rallies Behind Stanford as He Battles Illness
Presidential Order on Indian Education Calls for Comprehensive Federal Policy
Tight Legislative Calendar Awaits Congress
New Year Shaping Up as Pivotal for Vouchers
Approach High-Stakes Assessments With Caution, NRC Report Urges
Crew's Salary in New York Soars to $245,000
Crisis Drills Make the Rounds, But Some Call It Overreaction
Ruling in La. Limits Aid for Religious Schools
Teenagers Learn the Business of Becoming Entrepreneurs
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Spending Bill Breezes Through Senate Panel
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PTA's Corporate-Sponsorship Deal With Office Depot Draws Criticism
Schools and Libraries Chief Decides It's Time To Move On
Math Scores Up, Verbal Scores Flat On Latest College-Entrance Exams
Ind. Law Allows Districts To Grant Top Students $800 Bonuses
Clinton Releases School Safety Report
Problems Persist for Clinton's Proposed National Tests
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Clinton Administration Requests High Court Ruling on Harassment
New Teachers Are Hot Commodity
Milwaukee Fights Loss of White Students in Choice Plan
How the Tax Credit Would Work
Appropriations Update
Appropriations Update
In Cleveland, Mayor White Takes Control
Research Notes
Exploring the Market for School Choice
At a Glance: District of Columbia Appropriations
Report Roundup
Guarding Teachers' Time
Bilingual Ed. Legislation Passes House
Appropriations Update
Agreement Reached With Outgoing Chief
Nebraska Reforms Fuel District Consolidations
Wilson Reshapes K-12 Legacy in Second Term
You Can't Teach What You Don't Know
Book Cites Benefits of Race-Based College Admissions
Court Rules Nebraska Must Compensate Boys Town
Governors Leave Education Legacies
British Government Urges Phonics-Based Reading Strategy
Schools Offer 'Haven' for Beleaguered Clinton
Enrollment Hits Another Record High, Study Finds
Feature: Research Notes
Appropriations Update
News: Health Update
N.J. Teachers Return to Classroom After Strike
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Engler Pitches New Plan for Detroit School Takeovers
War of Attrition
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D.C. Spending Debate Targets Choice, Special Education
Test Data Show Disadvantaged Pupils Lag Behind More Affluent Counterparts
Critics Say Federal Laboratories Not Charting Productive Course
Preparation Is Key in Making the Most of Field Trips
War of Attrition
Demand Grows For Seat Belts On New Buses
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Talking About the Presidential Scandal in the Classroom
Riley Says He's Forgiven Clinton; Sees Hope for President's Agenda
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Civil Rights Group Claims Softening of Title IStandards
'Running in the Halls' and Moral Trivia
NEA, AFT Strategies for Upgrading Quality of Teachers Drawing Nearer
House Passes Head Start Reauthorization Bill
Workplace Assault Insurance Marketed to School Personnel
Board Approves Plan To Put NYPD in Charge of School Security
School Issues Get Big Play In Campaigns
Connecticut Lawsuits Revisit Familiar Debates
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Teacher Education in Calif. Lands 3 Windfalls
Feds' Crackdown on Pa. May Be Sign of Things To Come
Advocacy in the Guise of Science
Clarification
1998 Election Activity
W.Va.'s New Clothing Vouchers Help Fill the Welfare Gap
Eight Ball
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
High-Risk Investors Eye Education Opportunities
Group Protests District's Addition of Jewish Holidays
Milestone
Testing Experts Urge Caution on Assessment Accommodations
Starr Report Turns World Wide Web Into a Minefield for School Officials
Education Organizations Launch Defense of Public Schools
Riley, Goals Panel Take Aim At Promoting Teacher Quality
On the Wrong Track?
In the Hands of Children
The Need To Get Along
Charter Schools: Paying Attention to Ancillary Findings
When Jesse Reads Slam!
In the Hands of Children
In the Hands of Children
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Research on Tracking
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Different Tracks, Different Teaching
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Books: New in Print
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A Lesson In Civics
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Racial Advisory Panel Highlights Education In Report to President
Science FRICTION
Los Angles Mayor Seeks To Unseat 4 on Board
Some Calif. Schools Finding Ways Around Prop. 227
Panel Assails Assessment Calculations
ECS President Newman Announces Plans To Step Down
Voc. Ed. Administrators Troubled by Lack of Certified Teachers
The Internet Isn't a Threat to Students ... It's a Tool for Teachers
Public Schools Should Treat Religion More Seriously, Book Argues
Internet Allows Globe-Trotting Travelers To Bring Students Along for the Ride
Priorities Emerging for ESEA Reauthorization
Proposals for Changing NAEP
Child Experts Doubt Theory Behind Book Questioning Parents' Influence
The 'Business' of Reforming American Schools
S.C. School Chief's Race Mixes Policy, Politics
More Dollars For Textbooks Draws Sellers
The Black-White Test Score Gap
Milestone
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Textbook Fees Under Fire in Colorado
Science FRICTION
Nine States To Choose Superintendents
Appropriations Deadline Extension Should Not Slow Up K-12 Funds
Los Angles Mayor Seeks To Unseat 4 on Board
Living Lessons: Chesapeake Bay Becomes a Classroom
C-SPAN School Buses Teach Students About Government
Author Challenges 'Myth' That Education System Is Failing
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