December 5, 2016
November/December 2005

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Vol. 17, Issue 03

In her ongoing blog, Hanne Denney, a 47-year-old “career-changer," relects on the challenges and rewards of starting over in teaching.

Some homeschoolers wanting to sample a class or two are being told they have to take the whole meal.

Notable quotes on teaching and schools from around the country.

Public schools are finding new reasons to segregate the sexes.

From bracelets to tagging classmates "it," new no-nos keep surfacing.

School news from points across the globe.

Kentucky native Joe Bowen isn't just crossing the country by bicycle. He's bringing elementary school kids along for the ride.

The end of the Cold War ended most schools' interest in the language, but one district in Connecticut soldiers on.

Outside of New Orleans, a high school battered by Hurricane Katrina reopens. But for many displaced students, life is far from being back to normal.

Age-old societal pressures and new worries are making male teachers, always in the minority, even more uncommon. Some groups are trying to turn the tide.

Kevin Jennings doesn't speak for gay, lesbian, and transgender students. Instead, the longtime activist helps them find their own voices.

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Interview
Author Frank McCourt on his long road to becoming a good teacher.

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Colleagues
Roxane Rollins takes kids back to the Wild West, down to the root beer in the saloon.

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