Budget Proposal Finds Many Ways To Boost Education
Election Notebook
House Committee OKs Plans For Impact Aid, Even Start
New York Considers System For Rating Schools
Illinois Ed. Hires Big-Time Washington Lobbyists
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Plan To Ban Race in Admissions To Fla. Colleges Clears Regents
Wyoming Gov. Urges Higher Taxes To Help Keep Schools Afloat
Test-Taking Strategy Yields Major Gains
Tug of War Over States' Powers Has Lawyers Watching Closely
Kindergarten Study Taking Long View
Jerry Brown's Next Project: Oakland Schools
'OK, So You Want To Know My School Program?'
Ed. School Fund Drive Tops Goal
Mass. Audit Cites Accountability Problems In Cambridge Schools
Mich. Charter Schools Aren't Innovative, Report Says
Coalition To Mount Campaign For Science Literacy
Attacks on Web Sites Put Technology Officials on Alert
Poorer Schools Still Lagging Behind On Internet Access, Study Finds
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Secondary Accreditation To Target Academics
Mich. District Hires Edison To Manage Its Schools
Civic Virtue and the Reform Mill
School Choice: Beyond the Numbers
The Need for More Alternative Schools
A Teaching Style That Adds Up
Candidates Tout Teacher-Quality Proposals
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Honors and Awards
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Corrections
People in the News
Letters
Is Spending Money on Technology Worth It?
Research: After the Bell Rings
The Tests We Need
Clio's Lament
America's New Teachers: How Good, and for How Long?
Books: New in Print
Health Update
ACT To Take Plunge Into National Network of Assessment Centers
Principals Approve New Contract In N.Y.C.
Severe Snowstorm Shuts Down East Coast Schools
News in Brief: A National Roundup
House Resigns as Memphis Superintendent
College Board Sets Sights On Closing 'Digital Divide'
Clinton: New Ideas, Expanded Programs
GOP: More Money, Local Control
Teacher Colleges, States Granted Report Card Extensions
Divided High Court Upholds Board's Redistricting Plan
Mass. To Test Teachers in Schools With Low Math Scores
Bush Agrees to Hearings On Florida Admissions Proposal
Calif. Schools Get Rankings Based on Tests
Kentucky Auditor Probes Spending By State Ed. Dept.
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Report Roundup
Matching Grants Have Bolstered Annenberg's 1993 Gift
Sacramento Mayor's Legacy: Improved Schools
Clinton Calls for Emphasis On Teachers
Red Ink in Newark Mars State Takeover
'High Stakes' Exams Seen as Test for Voc. Ed.
N.Y. Chief Deals Blow To Alternative-Assessment Plans
Clinton Budget Initiatives
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Philanthropy
States Lax in Enforcing IDEA, Study Asserts
Foundations for Change
School Choice and School Change
Is There a 'Child Advantage' In Learning Foreign Languages?
Fire Down Below
Lawmakers Hear Both Sides In 'Math Wars'
Administration Has Big Plans For Small-Schools Initiative
Commission Begins Study Of Online Educational Materials
'Book Stamps' Proposed For Poor Families With Children
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Study Shows Early Intervention Can Avert Spec. Ed. Needs
Clinton Picks Researcher As NCES Commissioner
Ala. Gov. Wants To Hike Teacher Pay, Overhaul Tenure
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Blue-Ribbon Panel To Set Standards For Reform Models
Achieve Provides Indiana With 'Honest, Tough' Review
Key Findings
Ariz. Ranks Schools By 'Value Added' to Scores
Chicago Testing Flap Ends In Compromise With State
Barriers to the Education Of Homeless Cited
Calif. Audit Cites Litany of Troubles In Oakland Schools
States' Anti-Smoking Campaigns Paying Off
Education Week Series Wins Benjamin Fine Award
Mich. Superintendent Still on the Job At 92 and Counting
NCAA To Accept More Nontraditional Core High School Courses
For-Profit School Management Company Hits Hard Times
Former Education Secretary Launches Online-Purchasing Business
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Compromise Plan For D.C. Governance Stalls
Problems in Child Care Found To Persist
Minorities' College Enrollment Improves in Texas
Milk Lawsuit Leaving Some With Bad Taste
Private Firms Tapped To Fix Md. Schools
A Look at Welfare Reform
Updating the Big Picture
The View From The White House
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Grants
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Colleges
Rural Education
Correction
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Small Schools Found To Cut Price of Poverty
Fewer Dropouts From Career Academies, Study Says
Reality Check 2000
Online Tutors Say They've Got the Answers
Unions Turn Critical Eye on Themselves
Budget Proposal Includes Boost for Education
Test-Weary Schools Balk at NAEP
Gay Club Sparks Protest
Changing Educational Change
What Happened to Play?
McCain's Views on Schools Becoming Clearer
Bradley Promises Results in Address On Education
Moderate Democrats Aim To Restructure K-12 Programs
Commandments Debate Moves To Statehouses
Conflict Over How To Teach Math Flares in Bay State
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Rowland Proposing Tuition Tax Credits For Connecticut
Judge's Approval of Club for Gay Students Leads to Protest
Executive Director of NEA To Retire After Nearly 20 Years Behind Scenes
Reporter's Notebook
More Incentives Would Drive Schools To Improve, Business Alliance Argues
New Admissions Exam Takes Unconventional Approach
Minorities Post Gains in Higher Ed., But Still Trail Whites
Charter School Movement Growing Rapidly, Study Shows
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Positive Voucher Audit Still Raises Questions
Army Launches Plan To Recruit High School Dropouts
New Service Will Help Compare Districts' Spending With Results
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New Company Hopes To Score Big With Online Advanced Placement Courses
Does the Route to Teaching Need a Fresh Start?
Employers and Professors Remain Dissatisfied
Students: What Motivates Us to Work Hard in School
Majorities Agree: Badly Prepared Students Suffer When Promoted
Teachers: Little Change in Standards Practices
Do High School Grads Have What it Takes?
Parents Have Limited Knowledge
Employers and Professors Doubt Value of High School Diploma
Teachers Oppose Some Accountability Measures
Teachers More Confident About Those Entering The Profession