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No Compromise in Sight For Opponents in Voucher Debate
Black Elementary Students May Reap Most Gains From Vouchers
Satellite Broadcast Seeks To Enliven Study of History
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Plan To Give Laptops To Maine 7th Graders Faces Doubtful Future
States Report Trouble With Special Ed. Testing
Thousands Protest Fla. Plan To End Affirmative Action
Even in Well-Off Suburbs, Minority Achievement Lags
School Districts Contending With Increased Fuel Costs
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Elections for Chicago's School Councils Draw 7,200 Candidates
Oakland Voters Give Brown Broader Say Over Schools
Panel Ponders Ways To Get, Keep Good Math and Science Teachers
Crime Drops Since NYPD Takeover of School Security
Some Schools Feel Burned By ZapMe! Offer
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Girl's Slaying Elicits Calls for Metal Detectors
Unmet Promise: Raising Minority Achievement
Calif. Says No To Laxer Rules for Bond Votes
NAEP Drops Long-Term Writing Data
National Research Panel Tepid Over Tests For Licensing Teachers
Concerns Arise Over State's Use Of Same Tests Two Years in a Row
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Lags in Minority Achievement Defy Traditional Explanations
Extra Credit: Seldom Up to Standards
Students in Dire Need of Good Teachers Often Get the Least Qualified Or Less Experienced
In L.A.’s Koreatown, A Relentless Focus on Schooling
Districts Inclined To Hang Up On Students' Cellular Phones
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Distance Learning Gets $100 Million Pledge
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Survey: Teens Want Job Security
Court Upholds Fla. District's Graduation-Message Policy
Jason Project Adds Sense of Adventure To Learning Science
To Program's Founder, The Entire Universe Is a Classroom
L.A. Proposes Linking Teacher Pay to Tests
Cortines' Plan for L.A. Would Cut or Restructure 800 Jobs
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Bipartisan Panel Urges More Federal Funding To Curb Youth Violence
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Study Shows Rise in Test Scores Tied to School Library Resources
Special Education Report Reignites Debate in Massachusetts
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Calif. Will Redo School Rankings To Correct Errors in Poverty Data
Testing Foes Hope To Stoke Middle-Class Ire
Washington State To Start Testing Its Teachers
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Schools Must Add New Ways To Count Races
Voucher Plan Struck Down In Fla. Court
Several Top Officials Leave NASSP In Wake of Restructuring
Demand Grows To Link Neuroscience With Education
Study Suggests That Brain Growth Continues Into Adolescence
Minority Gaps Smaller In Some Pentagon Schools
Catholic Schools Ask Parents To Pay More
For-Profits Tapping Into Teacher Training
Catholic School Teachers Tempted By Public School Wages
Move Over, Big Bird: 'The Lions' Is Ready To Hit PBS Stations
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Calif. District Criticized Over Services for LEP Students
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Study Links Dropout Rate With Course Requirements
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College Admissions Adapts To Students Taught at Home
New College Set To Welcome Home-Schooled Students in the Fall
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ACLU, Calif. Settle Lawsuit Over Compton
Md. Picks Edison To Run Three Baltimore Schools
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Support Building for Renewed Focus On Gifted Education
House OKs Spending Blueprint
Compromise Sought On School Construction Money
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Conservative Group Seeks To End State NAEP Program
Court Lets Stand Ruling On Student Transfers
Educators Back White House On Psychiatric-Drug Plan
FDA Lacks Authority To Regulate Tobacco, Court Rules
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Higher Teacher Pay Is Goal Of Florida's GOP Senators
Kentucky Teacher-Quality Plan Fights for Life
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Fearful Teachers Buy Liability Insurance