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Accountability vs. Autonomy
Leave No Child Behind?
'Conrack': Then and Now
Teachers Take Charge
Verbal Judo
Undocumented Grads to Get Tuition Breaks From Calif. Institutions
Interim Hawaii Schools Chief Plans To 'Stay the Course'
Recording Industry Promotes Its Parental-Warning Labels
Robotics Students See Real-World Lessons
Learning Links
Retrospective
Rural Schools Trying Out Portfolio Assessment
State Tests Don't Support Good Instruction, Panel Says
Policymakers Scramble to Deal With Closings
Bills Differ on Federal Role In Hate-Crimes Prevention
Schools a Battlefield in N.J.'s Race for Governor
Wis. Governor Feuds With Schools Chief Over Exit Test
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Buffalo Schools to Lay Off Nearly 500 Workers
College Tuition Rising But Still 'Affordable,' Experts Say
Schools Plan Responses To Bioterrorism
States' Wallets Grow Thinner After Sept. 11
Legislature Signals Probable Takeover of Phila. Schools
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Cellphone Bans Get a Second Look
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Talking About Terrorism
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Project SERV Funds Directed To Attacked Areas
Congress Refocuses on ESEA, But Much Left to Resolve
Bush Policy Chief Predicts More Assessments, More Choice
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Arizona Finance Law Unconstitutional, Suit Says
College Requirement for Substitutes Tabled in Louisiana
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Hard-Fought Budget in N.C. Leaves Schools Better Off Than Feared
Mich. Legislature Cuts Budget, But Keeps Basic Aid to Schools Intact
Calif. to Study Whether Graduation Test Should Be Delayed
Urban Districts Employing More Aggressive Hiring Tactics
College Scholarships Planned For Children of Attack Victims
Urban Districts Review Crisis-Response Plans In Wake of Terrorism
Health Update
For Phila. Schools, New Pa. Governor Means Uncertainty
N.Y.C. Mayoral Candidates Eye School Changes
Poll Finds Support for Vouchers Wanes if Public Schools Affected
What the Public Thinks About Vouchers
NAEP Board Considers Changes In Math Tests
Retrospective
Survey Finds Mixed Views On Smaller Schools
Stimulant-Drug Abuse in Schools Overstated, Study Says
Benefits and Drawbacks
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Death
Charlotte Schools Desegregated, Court Rules
Miami-Dade Board Fires Cuevas As Superintendent
Softening Economy May Ease Hiring Crunch for Schools
Supreme Court To Hear Pivotal Voucher Case
For Student Journalists in N.Y.C., News Gathering Hits Close to Home
Safety Concerns Prompt Schools To Curb Travel
Student Newspapers Pursue the Local Angles Aggressively
State Voucher Programs
The Cleveland Voucher Program: A Backgrounder
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The Truck Stops Here
Alternative Education Cannot Be Left Behind
Literacy, Schools, and Head Start
School Shouldn't Be a Jungle
On Terror and Children
No Longer a 'Splinter,' ELC Flexes New Political Muscle
Spending Proposal Soars, But Some Seek More
Education Budget Boom
State Group: ESEA Bills 'Seriously Flawed'
ELC Receives Grant to Craft Tests to Evaluate Teachers
Bush Names Leidinger to Assistant Secretary for Management Post
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High Court Lets Desegregation, Bullying Decisions Stand
Lawmakers, Paige Debate Reform, Funding as IDEA Overhaul Looms
Georgia Seeks Ways To Close Achievement Gaps
After Budget Veto, Michigan Schools Brace for Cutbacks
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Foundation Gives $44 Million To Indianapolis-Area Schools
Patriotism and Prayer: Constitutional Questions Are Muted
Student Poll Asks How Schools Talked About Terrorist Assaults
How Schools Reacted
Schools Hit the Hardest by Losses On Sept. 11 Monitor Emotional Toll
Bush Visits N.Y.C. Elementary School
Edison Reports Test-Score Gains In Its Schools
Gap Exists Over Educators' Expectations for Minorities
Pediatric Group Issues ADHD Treatment Guide
Retrospective
Math Educators Tell Publishers What's Needed
Reports of Grade Inflation May Be Inflated, Study Says
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Chicago Moves to Curb Unlicensed Teachers
Effect of Vouchers on Achievement Unclear, GAO Says

Teachers Delay Dealing With Own Grief, Anxiety
Private Schools See Enrollment Surge
Every Student Seen To Need College Prep
Calif. Score Glitch Throws Wrench Into Bonus Plan
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Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
Religion Rules Afghan, Pakistani School Day
Show and Tell
Now Is the Time To Teach Democracy
That Sinking Feeling
Lowering the Bar
Nontraditional Students, With Traditional Needs
Spending Plans Favor Title I, Special Education
DOD-Run Schools Cited For Closing Achievement Gaps
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Fla. School Aid Threatened By Drop in Tourism
In Va. Race, Education Overshadowed But Not Ignored
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
After Long Debate, Indiana Adopts Plan for Ranking Schools
City Districts to Change 'Obsolete' High Schools
Report Roundup
National Assessment Will Evaluate Students' Knowledge of Economics
More Schools Calling Foul On Unsportsmanlike Behavior
Retrospective
New Haven Accountability Plan Targets Parents
Calif. District Faces State Takeover For Spec. Ed. Woes
News in Brief: A National Roundup
N.Y.C.'s Stuyvesant High Reopens for Students
San Diego Board in Turmoil Over 'Shooting' Suggestion
States Urged to Keep Eyes On Education
New Organization Aims to Develop Tests for Teachers
At a Quaker School, Mixed Feelings on War
Among JROTC Cadets, A Rising Sense of Pride
Conference-Goers Outline Next Steps for States
Foundation Stirs Debate With Report Questioning Research On Licensure
Students Debate Real-Life War and Peace
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Gates Foundation Gives $4.4 Million To Religious Schools
Bennett's Online Education Venture Opens for Business
Education's Bleak House
The ‘Crayola Curriculum’
The Trouble With Testing
Research: Diamonds in the Rough
Mining Maryland Diamonds: One District's Solution
NAEP Security Breached By Posting on Web Site
Some Schools Blend Afghan Relief Fund With Lessons
Federal Grants to Eight Universities Seed Special Education Research
Anthrax Incident Slows House-Senate Panel's Progress on ESEA Bill
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Mass. School Policies Praised As Test Scores Rise
More Va. Schools Hit Mark on Exams Used for Ratings
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
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Reporter's Notebook
NAESP Rejects Adding Middle Schools to Name
States Meet Deadline For Teacher Education Report Cards
NCATE Releases Quality Measures For Professional-Development Sites
Standards for Professional-Development Schools
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Spinoffs From Traditional Schooling Seen as Vital to Reform
U.S. Poet Laureate Promotes 'Poem a Day' Plan for Schools
NAEYC Asks for Critiques Of Its Accreditation Program
East Met West in Project Studying Schools in Six Nations
Despite Retirements, 'Baby Busters' Scarce in Principals' Positions
Retrospective
Madison Board OKs New Pledge, Anthem Policy
NSF Launches $100 Million Science Education Campaign
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Panic Over Anthrax Attacks Spreads to Schools
Educators, Journalists Spar Over Media Access
Peace Educators Struggle With War
Iowa Is Laboratory for Federal Role In Building Schools
Foundation Nourishes Soul With Poetry Grants
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Cyber Schools Carving Out Charter Niche