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October 2005

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Vol. 17, Issue 02

Parents are increasingly turning to outside consultants to help special-needs kids.

Visitors to www.teachermagazine.org shared their comments on Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath.

JROTC gets caught in the anti-recruitment crossfire.

Notable quotes on teaching and schools from around the country.

Interview
Documentary filmmaker Ondine Rarey focuses on standardized testing.

School news from points across the globe.

Becoming a teacher once meant four years of university. But community colleges are fast becoming a real alternative.

A high school senior and soccer player with his sights set on college faces hurdles shared by 2 million undocumented immigrants nationwide.

Alternative ed veteran Donna Johnson knows what it's like to fall through the cracks. Now, the 58-year-old grandmother is reaching troubled kids online.

California's Del Mar racetrack has become a summer home of sorts for generations of teachers seeking a second job—and a change of scenery.

In a Missouri town, a $980,000 bequest from a local benefactor prompts questions about who ultimately controls private donations to public schools.

Book Reviews

Excerpt
An Alaska teacher helps her 4th graders come to grips with terminal illness.

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Colleagues
Dwight Sieggreen has found there's no better way to teach nature than to breed it.

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