Major Pennsylvania Asbestos Case: 'A Plot Hatched In the Courtroom,' Says Lawyer Representing Schools
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School Bussing Banned in Massachusetts District
Willy Nilly, School Officials Are Enmeshed in Legal Considerations
Procedure for Filing Damage Claims
Official Says That EPA Not Willing To Seek More Asbestos Funds
Excerpts From The Equal Access Act
Question-and-Answer Guidelines on Access Law
ACT Scores Show Slight Upswing
Judge To Decide Rights Case Status
The Maryland Government's Case: State Is the First To Seek Damages--$500 Million--From Companies
When Does the Clock on School Claims Start Ticking?: Statutes of Limitation in State Laws Will Play Key Role
Reagan Contributes to Conservatives' 'Blueprint' on School Issues
New In Print
E.D. Funding Still Unsettled as Congress Nears Adjournment
U.S. Said Not Fully Liable for Chicago Funding
Education, Legal Groups Draft Guidelines for Equal Access Act
Half of Florida Districts, Citing Bias, Shun 'Merit-School' Program
'A New Day Will Dawn': Coalition Sees Better Climate for Private-School Aid
Fate of Grove City Bill Is in Doubt
Letters To The Editor
Rights Group, Schools Work To Cut Absenteeism Rates
National Academy of Sciences Is Asked To Evaluate Work of Statistics Agency
Commentary: Jumping Off the Computer Bandwagon
NEA-PAC, Labor's Largest, Wields Growing Political Clout
First Two Schools Selected To Test Ideas in Horace's Compromise
Education Seen as Key Beneficiary of State Fiscal Gains
Hearings Stress Bridge Between Teacher Colleges and Schools
Worries for 'the Asbestos Companies of the 1980's': Lawyers Foresee Future Liability Suits Against Schools
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Judge Assigns Class-Action Status to School Asbestos Suit
An Argument for Rehabilitating the Property Tax
How Does a Partisan Teachers' Union Fairly Represent All of Its Members?
Study Cites Value of Compact to Boston Schools
Justice Official Applauds Court's 1983-84 Rulings
Congress Scrambles To Fund Agencies; Veto Possible
E.P.A. Defends Stance on Asbestos
Coalition Assails Reform Movement for Ignoring Equity Issues
California Governor Signs Education Bills, Many Others Are Vetoed
Task Force Urges Steps To Combat Abuse of Children
Databank: Independent Schools Report Decline in Total Donations
Rights Bill Dies As Senate Moves To End Session
Federal Courts Differ on Degree of Care Schools Must Provide for Handicapped
6th Grader Sparks Campaign For Homeless in Philadephia
Letters to the Editor
Decline of Liberal Arts Lamented at Counselors' Meeting
'Silence' Policy Upheld Pending Trial
O.C.R. Mails Schools Facsimile Of New Civil-Rights Surveys
Federal Judge Clears Way for Changes In Maryland Pension System
Schools Win Energy Dept. Awards
Schools Wooing Public With Media Campaigns
Publishing Commentary
Talented Science Students Ignored, Poll Finds
Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Cases On Gay Teachers' Rights, E.D. Audits
Supreme Court Hears Arguments in N.J. Student-Search Case
Education School Offers 'Warranty'
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Children as Authors: Building an Early Foundation for Writing
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Seeds in Space
Research and Reports
Gap in Suburban, Urban School Spending Widens
Kean Says New Jersey Will Adopt Toughest Asbestos Standards
Education Gets Millions in Last-Minute 'Christmas Tree' Bill
Congress Sets Education Funding at $17.6 Billion
House Panel Backs Federal Tax Benefits for Child Care
Education Department Developing New Measures of Schools
Disqualification of Master Sought in Alabama Desegregation Case
E.P.A. To Decide on School Program
Federal File
The Existance (sic) of Spelling Bees Should Only Embarass (sic) Teachers
Letters to the Editor
Modifications Proposed in Minnesota School-Aid Formula
State Chief Seeks To Delay Use of Competency Test
The Rise of the Fundamentalist Christian School
Use of Strap on Students Is Upheld
The Rise of the Fundamentalist Christian School
Oregon Panel Urges Shift to Alternative Certification for Teachers
Tax-Rollback Plan Would Cripple Michigan Schools, Group Charges
Coalition of 138 Ohio School Districts Protests State-Aid Reforms
Change in School-Aid Formula Sought in Rhode Island
Church-State Case Will Be Heard By High Court
Enlivening the Historical ParadeOf Kings, Presidents, and Wars
Experts Question Setting, Goals of Teacher-Education Programs
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Student Receives Surprise in Soviet Package
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Anti-Union Group Cited by N.E.A.
Connecticut Panel To Weigh Admission of AIDS Students to Schools
Confronting Playground Terrorists
Districts Failing To Give Funds To Private Schools, E.D. Says
Chicago Board's Change in Medical Benefits Sparks Strike Threat
Lobbyists, Aides Say 98th Congress Reasserted Federal Education Role
Computer Literacy: A Survey of InitiativesFor Teachers and Students Across the States
E.C.S. at 20: The Compact's Potential Is Still To Be Realized
Removal of Authority From Schools Will Imperil Reforms, Report Warns
'The Wax Is Warm,' Says National Endowment Chairman
Schools Must Ease the ImpactOf Teen-Age Pregnancy and Parenthood
Letters to the Editor
Florida Chief Seeks Data on Revocation of Teacher Licenses
Mondale Voted Better for Education
State Boards Expect Demography To Influence Reform
Expanded Special-Education Services at High-School Level Urged
NCATE Debates Key Changes in Accreditation
Teachers Encouraged To Participate in Reforms
Value of Pell Grants Said Declining
Board Approves Bible Instruction
College Costs Seen Soaring Out of Reach, Poll Finds
State Officials Report Their Intention To Expand Role in Computer Policy
Issues in Educational Technology
Wisconsin Governor Urges Boards To Support Reforms
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Warning Signs
Books On Suicide
Academe's Standards Diminished, E.D. Report Finds
California Approves Program To Monitor School Audits
Coalitions in 4 States Battling Measures On Taxes, Lotteries as Election Nears
Chiefs To Be Elected in Five States
Education's Role Uncertain in Congress Races
New York Pupil Poll Finds Alcohol, Drug Use Heavy
Few Schools in Full Compliance With Asbestos Rules, Survey Finds
Federal File: Thunder From the Right; Readers for Reagan; Access Guidelines
School Bills Signed
Court Asked To Reverse Ruling On State Aid in Private Schools
Despite Fitness Boom, the Young Remain Unfit, New Studies Agree
Florida Weighs New Teacher Rules
'The National Responsibility'For Equality of Educational Opportunity
Change of Focus, Location Proposed for Georgia's Vocational Effort
Education-Reform Issues Hottest In Many Gubernatorial Contests
Letters To The Editor
Media Column
Military Expanding Its Teacher Projects
Indiana Governor Offers Reform Plan
Researchers Begin To Examine Youth Suicide as National Problem
City's Special-Education Programs Criticized
Commentary: Fun with Funding In Science and Math Education
Year's Longest Teacher Strike Settled
Suicide: Unsettling Worry for Schools
Teacher-Training and Credentialing Programs Attacked in Hearing
Teachers' Unions in Minnesota Pledge Unified Front, Amid 'Courtship' Talk
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Hemp Seeds Are for the Birds ... Or Are They?
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