Grants Awarded
States Slash K-12 Funding to Fill Budget Gaps
Teachers Make Case for National Board
Governors Warned of Rough Fiscal Waters
‘Neo-Luddites’: Wake Up and Reboot the Learning
Experience vs. Potential: Hiring Superintendents in a Tight Market
Since NCLB Law, Test Scores on Rise
Site Offers Translated Standards:
Career Academies Seen to Pay Off in Higher Earnings
Vouchers, Evolution Top Issues in La.
Schools With Poor ELL Scores May Share Common Elements
Education Spending in R.I. Flat Amid Budget Squeeze
New Programs for Training Charter Leaders Scrutinized
Is a ‘Qualified’ Teacher Always an ‘Effective’ One?
Correction
Presidential Hopefuls Differ on K-12 Spending
Native American Culture
More Than Movies
A Teacher’s ‘Impossible Choice’
‘Teacher Gap’ Shrinking in N.Y.C.
Small Schools
‘Reading First’ Funds Headed for Extinction
Old and in the Way?
States Struggle to Meet Achievement Standards for ELLs
Braille Makes a Comeback
Court’s Term Marked by Rulings In Age-Discrimination Disputes
Top Students Said to Stagnate Under NCLB
Court Upholds ‘Highly Qualified’ Teacher Rules
Challenges Steep in Rural Settings
GE Funds Math, Science in N.Y.C.:
Middle Schools
English-Learners Still Lag on Reading, Math Progress
Minn. Governor to Head ECS:
Congress Could Repair Damage to Civil Rights
Charter Advocates Urging Quality
Choice and Teacher Quality Top McCain’s Education Agenda
USTA Encourages Coaches to Love ‘No Cut’ Policies
California Board Mandates Algebra 1 for All 8th Graders
D.C. Voucher Program Survives:
TV and Child Development
Connecticut Lawmakers Enact Level K-12 Budget
NEA President-Elect Pledges to Stay the Course
Congress Eyes Modest Increases in FY 2009 Education Spending
College Board Changes SAT Policy:
Ed. Dept. Issues Inaugural Guide For Evaluating Online Learning
High-Stakes Spillover Seen
NEA Delegates Block Private School Workers From Membership
Gender, Pay Equity, and Choosing to Teach
Weigh Student Gains, NBPTS Urged
Full-Day Kindergarten
Doing No Harm
Interest Builds for McCain to Detail Education Views
House Panel Would Kill ‘Reading First’ Funding
Former Texas Employee Sues Over Dismissal After Creationism E-Mail
Increasing Fuel Costs Hit Hard
States Eye Research to Shape Pre-K Priorities
Proposed Federal Transit Rules Upset Districts
Urban Districts Found to Be Narrowing the Teacher Gap
School Spending Priority A Key Point of Difference For Presidential Hopefuls
Criminal Records Focus of Fla. Law
Oregon Measure Would Curb Bilingual Education
Rhode Island Law Allows Municipal Leaders to Charter Schools
Rhode Island to Allow Mayors to Charter Schools
Oregon Ballot Proposal Seeks to Cap Some ELL Services
Educators Assess 'Open Content' Movement
English-Language Learners
Engagement Is the Answer
Education Slips As Election Issue
Ed. Dept. Releases Guide for Evaluating Online Learning
International Comparisons
Edison Schools Retools Itself as Online-Learning Provider
Parents Can Aid Motivation by Asking More of Children
States Must Take the Lead in Improving School Leadership
NCLB Leeway Allows States to Hone Plans
Bureau of Indian Education
Testing Officials Again Tackle Accommodations And Exclusions for Special Student Populations
Note to Presidential Candidates: Time to Rethink Early Grades
Governors Skirt Education Issues at Summer Meeting
To NAACP, Obama Stresses Parental Theme
Edison Moves Into Online-Learning Market
Grants Awarded
SC graduates break mark for scholarship awards
More children receive free lunch
State takes over Decatur School District
Wide-ranging bill aims to rein in college costs
Washington Board of Education approves new math standards
Former school bus driver sentenced for DUI
Wash. Court Protects Identities of Some Teachers
State: School district mishandled taxpayer money
John Edwards' scholarship program ending
Girl charged with shooting after MySpace threat
Embattled Clayton County hires 400 teachers
Mass. launches Web site to help students get loans
Elko schools removed from watch list
WA court protects identities of some teachers
School Funding Petition Drive Kicks Off
OEA kicks off petition drive
Federal Court Ruling Prods Texas on ELLs
Schools Grapple With Rising Fuel Costs
New AFT Leader Vows to Bring Down NCLB Law
In Their Shoes
Experts Question Calif.’s Algebra Edict
Congress OKs Renewal of Higher Education Act
Policymakers Take Phys. Ed. Break
What the Public Wants, and What the Media Give Us
Financing Extra Learning Time
Summertime Studies Give English-Learners Path to Sharper Skills
NEEDED: Federal Action for Fair Funding of High-Poverty Schools
‘Reading First’ Enthusiasm May Have a Financial Source
Correction
Teacher Drug-Testing Program in Hawaii Stalls Over Who Will Pay
Audits Go On as Department's Watchdog Retires
Expanding Learning Time
Stiffer Rules Issued on Migrant Education Program
Head of NAEP Governing Board Takes Position with ACT
Raising Graduation Rates in an Era of High Standards
Friedman Foundation Picks Leader
Youth Quality of Life
Stanford to Offer Scholarly Articles on Education for Free
70 Districts Compare Practices on Collecting, Analyzing Data
Look Closely at Texts That ‘Explore’ Evolution
National Board Certification
City Leaders Back Stronger Accountability
Work Flexibility Urged as Key Step For Bolstering Low-Wage Families
English-Language Learners
AAUW: ‘Girls and Boys Are Succeeding Together’
Fellowships Aim to Nurture Research Talent
State Budget Woes Threaten to Chill Education Initiatives
Collective Bargaining
Missouri Increases School Spending
Building Bridges to the Future
Model Plan of Merit Pay in Ferment
Mathematica Study Finds ABCTE Teachers Landing Jobs
School Finance Law Passage Highlight for N.H. Legislature
Reason and Rebellion
Textbooks Moving Into Cyberspace
Candidates' K-12 Views Take Shape
A Silent Crisis: The Underrepresentation of Latinos in STEM Careers
Motivation, Moxie, and a Shot at College
Students Set Sail Through Federally Funded Program
A Lesson in Free Speech