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Impact of Professional Development
Most Child Care 'Adequate,' Latest Findings in Study Say
New Tracking SystemAims To Help Chicago Manage Payroll Costs
The Minn. Teacher Behind 'The Body'
Texas School District Blocks NBA Team's Arena Deal
Art School
The Great Accountability Fallacy
Lower-Income Children Less Involved in School, Survey Shows
'Honorable' Discharges Provoke Suit Against Chicago
News in Brief: A National Roundup
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Letters
Teaching Partnership Regroups To Define Mission and Survive
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Honors & Awards
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Letters
Federal File
The Seven P's of School-Family Partnerships
Assistance for Underqualified Teachers: Differentiated Responsibilities
High Court To Review School Board Redistricting Case
Scrutinizing the Profession
Ventura on His Education Plans, Campaign Tactics in 1998 Race
Achieve Planning New Math Test for 8th Grade
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
The High-Stakes World of School Yearbooks
Panel To Probe Validity of N.Y. Reading Test
Flexibility the Theme During ESEA Hearings
Teachers Suggest the Need for Better Training
Most Child Care 'Adequate,' Latest Findings in Study Say
In 1st Year of Tests, States Must Brace For Foul Weather
Tax Credits Pass Muster In Arizona
Engler Proposes Takeover Plan for State's Urban Districts
Boston Declines an Appeal of Ruling on Admissions Policy
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Gov. Hunt Emphasizes School Accountability, Early-Childhood Plans
Superintendents' Group Releases Blueprint for Local Improvement
Republicans: Department Is Lagging on ESEA
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Going the Distance
It's a Seller's Market for Tech-Savvy Teachers
Clinton Budget Emphasizes New Plans, Minor Increases
Hawaii Governor's School Proposal Surprises Many
State Grants Seed Reading Programs in Conn.
Lighting the Flame
Backdoor Affirmative Action
Chicago Schools Take Aim at Teacher Newspaper
Federal Judge Draws the Line On District's Zero-Tolerance Policy
Tinker's Rule
Mo. School Board Sues To Claim Drug Money
Teen Reporters Visit the Front Lines of Impeachment Battle
Denver Board Hopes Bilingual Ed. Plan Ends Dispute
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Public/Private Rules
Civil Rights Groups Sue UC-Berkeley Over Admissions Criteria
A Key to High Achievement
Public or Private?
The White House Education Budget
Restructured Holmes Partnership Draws Record Attendance
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Delay in Store for State Data on NAEP Reading Scores
Some Crying Foul Over President's Policymaking Style
An Unusual Alliance Presents United Front On Title I Revisions
Buildings in Hand, Church Leaders Float Charter Ideas
Research Notes
St. Louis, Kansas City Move Closer to the End Of Desegregation Cases
Phila. Extends Hornbeck's Contract for 2 Years
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Federal File
Events
Testing
Take Note
Letters
Deadlines
Catholics Gather To Discuss 'Moral Issue' of Choice
GOP, Schools Decry Clinton Plan To Cut Title VI Funds
Excerpts from the 1998 NAEP in Reading
People
'This Is a Nice Private Public School'
Ky. District Questions Fairness of Accountability Proposals
More College Aid Going to Top Students
Ohio Governor Proposes Volunteer-Based Reading Plan
Schools Buying More Computer Software, Less Hardware
Food for Thought
Higher Tuitions Aren't Inevitable, Report Contends
Fla. Plan Would Cut Graduation Rate Sharply
Commissioner Klagholz Leaving N.J. Chief's Job
Milestones
A Two-Lane Road Into Teaching
Businesses See Hot Commodity In School Data
Report Roundup
Grammarama
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Carper Unveils Plan to Improve Teacher Salaries, Accountability
School Construction in U.S. Tops $15 Billion
Congress Expected To Put High Priority on Technology
U.S. Students Bounce Back in Reading
Calif. Bill Rekindles Debate Over Teacher Peer Review
Most Schools Failed, But Experts Call Va. Tests Fair
Researchers Rate Whole-School Reform Models
Calif. Web Site Provides Parent-Friendly Portraits of Schools
In Survey, U.S. Adults Rank Academics Below Health Information, Work Skills
Critics' Study Finds Flaws in Teacher Exams
Federal File
State Journal
Events
Private Schools
Take Note
Urban Education
Letters
Riley: ESEA Plan Will Push Teacher Quality
Fighting Childhood Disease
States Covet Tobacco Bounty for Education
Department Set To Use Revised Title I Estimate
Museums Say They're Making More Links to K-12
Lesser-Known Glitches Could Cause Problems, Too
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Fighting Childhood Disease
Education Department Extends Its Reach on the Internet
Advocates Push Plan for Rural-District Grant
Truth, Statistics, and Entertainment
Philanthropist Reneges on College Scholarships
Officials Wary of Placing Faith in Teachers' Judgment
Report Calls for More Minority Superintendents
Pataki's Budget Disappoints Early-Childhood Advocates
'Y2K' Computer Bug Still Creating a Buzz in Schools
When It Comes to School Size, Smaller Is Better
San Francisco Desegregation Decree To End
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Federal File
Administrators
Take Note
Rites of Passage: Introduction
Legislative Update
People
Vocational Education
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Children at the White House
The Social Determination of Childhood and Adolescence
Riley Outlines Licensure Plan for Teachers
Team Players
School Life: A Literary Pastiche
A Time and Place for Teenagers
Changing Versions of Childhood
Hollywood Goes to School