The Challenge for Title I
The End of School Reform
Teacher Merit Pay
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Moving Targets
Math, Science Teaching Pegged For More Aid
Education Savings Accounts Are Getting Another Look
Bush Taps Workforce Expert To Head Adult, Voc. Ed. Office
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N.C. Ordered To Meet At-Risk Students' Needs
Turf War Erupts in Ariz. Over Delaying Graduation Test
California Faces Shortage Of Administrators, Report Warns
Miss. Requires Schools To Post 'In God We Trust' Motto
Judge Finds Flaws in Alaska's Funding Of School Facilities
Arizona Agrees To Repay Parents For Missed Special Ed. Services
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A Philanthropic 'Angel' Rescues Private School
Study: Test-Preparation Courses Raise Scores Only Slightly
Foundation Hopes Small Grants Spur Novel Leadership Programs
Researchers Say Pa. Charter Schools Raising Scores
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Initiative To Help Identify Free Internet-Access Sites
U.S. Graduates Lag in History
Teacher Tests Criticized As Single Gauge
Police Adopt 'Rapid Response' to Shootings
State-Financed Preschools Seen Yielding Gains
In Pa., District Tries 3-Way Contest To Fix Schools
San Francisco Moves To Revoke Edison's Contract
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Charter School Operator Reports Gains on Tests
U.S. Seen Losing Edge On Education Measures
A Critical Fork in the Road
Should States Subsidize National Certification?
Whatever It Takes 2 Motivate 2-Daze Youth
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Ed. Dept. Cited for Finance Abuses
Colorado OKs Plan To Spend Extra School Aid
N.C. Educator To Head Council Of State Schools Chiefs
Kansas House Rejects Plan To Increase Taxes for Schools
Maryland Ready To Require Gun-Safety Education in Grades K-12
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Virginia Revamps Its Social Studies And History Standards
San Francisco Schools Scrap Plan, Pass Up E-Rate Money
Texas Districts Merge Health Plans
Student Sparks Probe of Local Superintendent, Wins Election to Board
School Choice Groups Team Up
Chile's Longtime Voucher Plan Provides No Pat Answers
New York City Votes Are a Blow to Edison
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HUD Suspends Housing Program For Teachers
Union-Backed Candidates Win Milwaukee Board Seats
NRC Panel: Rethink, Revamp Testing
Achievement Locally and Abroad
Organizations Working on Ways To Improve American High Schools
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'We Didn't Think It Would Happen'
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Senate Deal Would Allow Vouchers For Tutors
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Getting Serious About High School
In Big-City School, Books Take Back Seat
4th Graders Still Lag On Reading Test
A World-Class Education Eludes Many in the U.S.
A Widening Gap
School-to-Work Seen as Route to More Than Just a Job
USDA Flips on Ground-Meat Rules For School Lunches
All Over the Map
Looking the Gift Horses in the Mouth
The Special Education Conundrum
High Noon
Education Offices Empty As Nominations Drag
Lack of Leadership Programs In Bush Budget Bemoaned
Room at the Top
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Districts File Lawsuit Against Texas' School Finance System
Statewide Teachers', Professors' Strike Continues in Hawaii
New Mexico's Gov. Johnson Vetoes Omnibus Education Package
Ohio Lawmakers Differ On Funding Mechanism
Immigration Spawns Bills Similar to Proposition 227
Involving Public a Way of Life For Ohio District
Charlotte Foundation Gives Voters A Primer on School Board Races
Calif. Panel Urges Safer Climate For Gay Students, Staff
Advocate for Poor Communities Urges Detailed Data on Report Cards
Candidates for Los Angeles Mayor Talk Up Better Schools
Harvard University To Ground Teacher Education in Urban Experience
Reporter's Notebook
Researchers Identify the Impact Of N.J. Testing on Teaching
Philadelphia Study: Teacher Transfers Add to Educational Inequities
'Failing' Detroit Faces Job Cuts, Privatization
News in Brief: A National Roundup
FCC Issues Rules for Filtering Access to Internet Sites
Business Leaders Views' on Education
Poll: Public Lacks Time for Schools
Bush's Growing Education Budget Has Winners, Losers
Washington State Group Builds Support for Standards, Tests
Education Gets Increases In Other Agencies
Inside Bush's Education Budget
Gauging Public Responsibility For Public Schools
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RAND Finds Mixed Results For School Reform Models
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School Districts Slow To Switch To Online Purchasers
Corporate Leaders Decry Emphasis on SATs
A Quiet Crisis: Unprepared for High Stakes
A Primary Subject Goes Secondary
Minnesota District Making Math Count for Everyone
Making a Silk Purse...
What Makes Research Useful?
Core Knowledge and Teacher Education: Time for a Cease-Fire
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Most Likely To Succeed
Offspring Spreads Upstart's Influence
Paige Announces Plan To Address Mismanagement
Plans Floated To Guarantee Spec. Ed. Aid

Bush Chooses Childhood-Literacy Expert To Head OERI
Federal Aid for Tutoring Gathers Momentum
The Special Education 'Promise'
Court Declines To Hear Case On Home School Special Ed.
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
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Georgia Regents Raise Standards For Teacher Preparation
Indiana Legislature Passes Charter School Law
Ark. Lowers Hurdles for 'Exceptional' Aspiring Teachers
Arizona Kills Scholarship Program For Lack of Donations
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Law Students Help Bring High Court To High Schools
Study Says More Time in Child Care Connected to Bad Behavior
Teaching About the U.S. Supreme Court
Learning Gap Linked to LEP Instruction
In Short
Rights Commission Calls For End To Indian Team Names
Teacher Leadership Should Be Strengthened, Report Says
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Cincinnati Vote Obscures Pay Plan's Future
Agency Issues Warning on Rollover Risk for Large Vans
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Teacher Strike Across Hawaii Enters Week 3
AP Program Assumes Larger Role
Dual-Enrollment Programs Spreading
The International Baccalaureate: 'Cadillac' of College-Prep Programs
Test-Score Gains in Texas Traced to Policies on Minority Progress
Smaller Classes in L.A. Seen Lifting Test Scores, Especially Among Poor
Schools in Iowa, Minn., and Wis. Cope With Mississippi Flooding