E.D. Ends Oversight of 3 College-Integration Plans
Lawyers Advise Schools in Suit To Preserve Asbestos Samples
A Flight of Fancy
Retire All Buses Built Before '77, U.S. Panel Urges
Tax Credits Are Too Expensive, Bush Asserts
News in Brief
Cavazos, Lujan Promise Focus on Indian Schools
A Study in Contrasts: Cavazos' Low-Key Style Differs From Bennett's
Management Plan for Chelsea Schools Is Approved
The Value of Community-Service Programs
Computers Column
L.A. School-Desegregation Suit Ends Quietly After Eight Years
Districts News Roundup
Capital Digest
Federal File: Demand reducer; Apology to Apaches; Transfers
People News
'Off-Budget' Federal Education Aid Grew Sharply During 1980's, Department Reports
Cooperman Seeking To Salvage Bill To Scrap Physical-Education Rule
Iowa finance-reform bill in danger of derailment
State Journal: Sanctioning skip week; Back on the road again
Kansas City Plan Would Boost Teacher Pay, Responsibility
Los Angeles Unveils 8-Yr. Reform Plan To Hike Attainment
Letters to the Editor
Books: New in Print
Catholic Educators Hopeful About Schools' Future
Talk of 'the Private Model' and How Best To Support It
Agreeing To Disagree: Researchers Seeking To Broaden Policy Debate
People News
Floridians Laud Decade-Old Early-Education Effort
Private Schools
New Report on Reading To Recommend Phonics, Literature
Research and Reports
High Court Weighs Dallas Coach's Race-Bias Claims
Personnel Shortages Augur a 'Crisis' In Special Education, Groups Warn
States News Roundup
'Lap-Top' Literacy Gaining Supporters In Experiments in Handful of Districts
Physician's Test Study Was 'Clearly Right,' A Federally Sponsored Analysis Has Found
Bush To Create Education Post In White House
Courses for Legalized Aliens Found in Short Supply
E.D. Officials Defend Proposal To Shave Their Budget by 1.1%
School Facilities: Survey Finds 'Attitude of Neglect'
Bush's Long-Awaited Education Plan Greeted With Skepticism in Congress
News in Brief
Commentary: Designing Instruction for Black Children
Schools and the Police: 'We Need Each Other'
Districts News Roundup
Driver Education Is Urged Following Oregon Accidents
Cavazos Pledges $2 Million To Enhance Anti-Drug Efforts
Florida Educators Promoting Measure To Narrow Gap in Per-Pupil Spending
Key Effects of Desegregation Policy Remain Unknown, Study Contends
Legislative Update
Letters to the Editor
New Texts Aim To 'Put Context Back' in Math Instruction
Media Column
Minneapolis Panel Drops Choice Plan, Wary of Experimental Middle School
States News Roundup
National News Roundup
Technology Remains 'in Early Stages' in Larger Districts, Study Finds
People News
'Clinical Schools': Theory Meets Practice on the Training Ground
Books: The Art of Being an Understanding Teacher
Nationwide Project Scraps 'Layer Cake' Approach to Science
Court Voids Decision Invalidating Drug-Test Policy
School Psychologists Create a Certification Program
E.D. Recommends Merging Programs For Deaf-Blind, Severely Handicapped
States News Roundup
Results of Election in St. Louis Point to Impasse on Busing Plan
Bus-Conversion Bill Takes Off, But May Stall Over Funding
'Mrs. Bic' Is Teaching's Tops
News Update
Utah School-Boards Association Splits From Education Coalition
Panel Eyeing Complete Rewrite Of Vocational-Ed. Aid Formula
Alabama House Scheduled To Vote on Bill To Hike Property Taxes and Lift Standards
Researchers Urge Parental Option To Pick Instruction in English or Native Language
Divided Board Rehires Wilson For Two Years
Foray Into the Concrete Jungle
'American Icon': Educators Celebrate The Yellow School Bus's 50th Birthday
Bush Floats Plan To Free Schools From Regulation
Capital Update
News in Brief
Growing Number of Schools Are Filling Demand for Child Care
White House Downplays Scope Of Appointee's Education Role
Perspectives on Public-School 'Choice"
Desegregatiom Proposal in Connecticut Stresses Voluntary Interdistrict Efforts
Union Drops Push for Standards Board
District News Roundup
New Dropout Data Highlight Problems In the Middle Years
Bill Is Planned To Revive Study Of Environment
Capital Digest
Federal File: 'Only on drugs'; No informants wanted
Commentary: Princeton Review Said To Promote Inequity
E.P.A. Lists Water Coolers That Could Contain Lead Parts
E.D. Again Urges Congress To Restructure Library Aid
Perpich Opts Out of the Debate Over Funding for Arts School
Education 'Compacts' Urged To Demand Systemic Change
National News Roundup
N.E.A. Campaign Funds Reached Record Levels in 1988
New Jerseyans Reject Near Record Number of Local School Budgets
Prospects for a Math-Science School Dim in Wake of Oklahoma House Vote
People News
Court Rules Against Trade-School Curb
Research and Reports
State News Roundup
Texas Senate Approves Bill To Halt Testing of 1st Graders
Panel Approves Curbs on Children's TV Advertising
News Updates
Panel Clears Bill To Revamp Vocational-Ed. Formula
West Virginia Hikes School Aid, Bolsters Pension System
Senate Panel Approves Broad Federal Spending Guidelines
California School Erecting a Wall To Block Bullets
He Still Favors Tuition Tax Credits, President Tells Evangelical Backers
Capital Update
News in Brief
Baltimore Archdiocese Sets Need-Based Tuition Policy
Top Business Heads Say Schools Earn Low Grade
Chicago's Principals Fight Loss of Tenure In Reform-Law Suit
Experimental Minneapolis Middle School Advances
Colorado, Arizona Lawmakers Reject Open-Enrollment Bills
The 'Make-Believe World' of Lean on Me
Districts News Roundup
Early Years Column
In Finance Arena, a New Activism Emerges
Senate Parental-Leave Bill Draws Veto Threat From Secretary Dole
Foundations Column
Laurels for 10 Heroes in Education
Home- and Church-Education Showdown Looms in Iowa
State Journal: Connections in high places; Martin's movement
Legislative Update
Letters to the Editor
Books: New in Print
Council Aims To Set Standards For Math Teachers
Mississippi Gets Financing for Computer Plan
Jobs' Link With Academic Harm Disputed
Elementary Principals' 'New Design' To Emphasize Learning Through Play
N.S.F. Weighing Grants To Assist Systemic Reform
New York Legislature Approves 5.6% Increase in Aid to Schools
Suit May Block New York Board Elections
Oklahoma Teachers Threaten Statewide Strike in Fall
Districts Across Pennsylvania Protest Shortfall in Special- Education Funding
Supreme Court Ruling on Pensions May Cost States Billions of Dollars
People News
Insurers in 2 States Come Under Scrutiny
E.P.A. Chief Urges Schools To Act on Radon Threat
Study of Nontraditional Routes to Teaching Finds Ranks Boosted, Questions on Quality
Children at Risk: 'There's a Lot More Oratory Than Real Money'
Sanders Gets Nod For Key E.D. Job
Bush Names Physicist as Science Adviser
The Movement: Not Policy's Engine, but It's 'on the Train'
States News Roundup
Firm's Closing Spells End for Supercomputer Competition
News Update
Rules for New Welfare Law Cite Goals for Teenage Parents