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Forecasting Failures, N.Y. Delays Raising Exam Threshold
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Group to Press for School Choice For Hispanics
District Dress Code Attracts Nationwide Attention
National Teaching Board Elevates Technology's Profile
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Health Costs Obstructing Contract Settlements
Seattle Board Picks Insider As Superintendent
Federal Effort Details Bomb-Threat Prevention Tactics
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D.C. Union Leader Admits To Bilking Funds
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N.Y.C. Hangs Tough Over Maverick Curriculum
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Educators Watchful as California Opens Schwarzenegger Era
States Facing Staffing Cuts, Heavier Load
Judge Backs Drive to Place Class-Size Issue on Ballot
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Foreign-Studies Classes Could Face More Scrutiny
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Many State Tests Said To Be Poor Indicators Of College Readiness
Harvard, School Districts Team Up
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Book Cites Role of Culture In Achievement Gap
Conference Draws Teachers Around Nonviolence Theme
Bill to Aid Undocumented Youths In Education Advances
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Oklahoma Pre-K Program Found Effective
Voc. Ed. Pinched by State Budgets, Federal Policies
'Virtual School' Battle Sparks Minn. Lawsuit
Knight Foundation Grants Cultivate New Generation of Journalists
Students in For-Profit Charter Schools Said to Make Gains
Researcher Finds Graduates Of Catholic Schools More Likely to Vote
In Search for Schools Chiefs, Boards Struggle
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In a First, Chicago Teachers Rebuff Contract
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Classroom Ban On Spanish Protested
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Educating Billy Wang For the World of Tomorrow
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Gov. Richardson Notches Latest Political Win
National Governors' Group Raises Education Profile
Visa Cap Jeopardizes Foreign-Teacher Hiring
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New Orleans Schools Focus Of Fraud Probe
Mercury Experiments In Class Can Be Poison
States Need Updates for Managing Data, Analysis Concludes
Pledge Case to Go Before High Court
Tax Credit Fails to Help Needy Reach College, Report Says
A Doctor, Lawyer, and Father Leads Battle Against Pledge
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'Wi-Fi' Poses School Health Risk, Suit Against Illinois District Argues
In Marysville, Wash., Strike Has Closed Schools So Far
Okla. District, Muslim Student Dispute Head Scarf
Rising College Costs Spark Responses
Hefty Head Start Salaries Prompt Federal Inquiry
Gates Grant Will Fund Four-Year Study of School Finance
Chicago Schools Dispute Desegregation Study
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