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'Proficient' Mark Shifts by State, Grade, Subject
Ohio Halts K-3 Assessment After Cleveland Teachers Wage Protest
Teachers Travel the Globe For Professional Development
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E.D. Steers Grants to Pro-Privatization Groups, Report Charges
K-12 Cost Studies Add To School Aid Debates
Texas Ponders Easing Route To Secondary Teaching
Itemizing Adequacy
Head Start Advocates Use Salary Data to Address Critics
'Community Schools' Cooking Up Local Support in Chicago
Index Finds Calif. Will Miss Teacher Deadline
Book Accuses Social Studies Group Of Ignoring Racism
Student Self-Harm: Silent School Crisis
Fewer States See Red Ink, Report Finds
U.S. Audit Raps Arizona's Use of Charter Aid
Dealing With Self-Mutilation
Agreement Reached On Education Spending
Higher Education Act Awaits Lawmakers' Attention
Pending 2004 Budget for Education
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Why Not Religious Charter Schools?
Education Policy 'Lag Time'
The Cost of Equality
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Under Pressure, Student-Photo Industry Upgrades Image
Fla. District: Transfers Threat To Integration
Report Examines Motivation Among Students
More in College Taking Remedial Courses, NCES Says
Pushing Forward on Accountability
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Identification Without Consequences
A Wealth of Performance Data
Chart: ‘Highly Qualified‘ Teachers
Education Law Faces 2004 Challenges, Speakers Say
Colo. Judge Puts State's Vouchers On Hold
Court Says Kansas School Aid System Needs Fixing
State Leaders Launch Achievement-Gap Effort
California Governor Eyes Plan to Cap State Spending
Report Faults Hawaii's Statewide School District
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Boston Schools Adjust To Bilingual Education Restrictions
Alaska Correspondence School Avoids Threatened Shutdown
Suit Accuses Walton Foundation Of Torpedoing New Charter Group
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Survey Finds Few Rules For Finance Officers
State Certification
College Board Prepares To Open Door to AP Chinese
Online Research Journals Taking Off
Violence Outside School Walls Raises Concern
In ESEA Wake, School Data Flowing Forth
High Court Weighs 'Vouchers II' Case
Names/Types of Tests Administered by States
Grade-by-Grade State Testing Policies
Much School Work Left For Congress to Do
Court Is Flooded With Briefs On Implications for Vouchers
13 Nominated to New Panel Overseeing Federal Education Research
Research Group Taps Director; Sets Agenda on Studies
Locke v. Davey: Oral Arguments
Final Rules Allow Alternate Assessments
Reporter's Notebook: Learning in Iceland
Urban Minority Students Performing On Par With Suburban Counterparts