Final 1990 Budget Yields E.D. $24.15-Billion Total
Decisive Legislative Battle on Choice Looms in California
News in Brief
29 School-Bus Firm Employees in Chicago Indicted on Drug Charges
Cavazos Emphasizes Choice Initiative Not at Odds With Local SchoolControl
Children Need 'Fitness Education'
District News Roundup
Early Years
Effects of Spec.-Ed. Law Hard To Gauge, Study Says
State Journal: No deal; Of the people
Letters to the Editor
Books: New in Print
Report Documents Successes Of Welfare Program in Mass.
Ala. Files Suit Against Dairies
N.C. Schools Draft Reform Plans To Gain Flexibility
New Bilingual-Ed. Rules To Expand N.Y. Program
O.C.R. Director Admits Laxness In Enforcement
New Budget-Office Rules for '91 Make the Numbers Game 'Intriguing'
People News
Judge Rejects Plan Requiring Minority Pacts
Science and Math Journal for Teenagers Represents Unusual U.S. -Soviet Venture
Justices Decline Special-Ed. Case On School for All
Special Education Column
State News Roundup
Critics Warn Mergers In Textbook Industry Could Hurt Quality
E.P.A. Issues Statement on Tiles Containing Asbestos
U.S. Safety Unit Issues Warning About Bleachers
Parents of Blind Children Lead Push To Make Braille InstructionAvailable
Citizens' Group Charges Local Boards Often Violate State 'Sunshine' Laws
First Stirrings of a New Trend:Multi-Age Classrooms Gain Favor
'Living Laboratories' Let Pupils Develop at Their Own Pace
News Updates
Schools Set Out Policies To Diversify Holiday Celebrations
Youth Service Column
State Journal: Paper burdens; Name game
Create 'National Endowment' for Foreign Studies, Coalition Urges
Letters to the Editor
Column: Media
Public Schools Embrace Montessori Movement
NAEP Ponders Plan To Develop National Performance Goals
National News Roundup
Bush and Governors May Set Goals a Month Early
Budget Office Cites E.D. Programs at 'High Risk' of Abuse
New Study Finds A Gender Gap In Teachers' Salaries
People News
Mix of Liberal Arts, Pedagogy Is Urged for Teachers
'Consultation' Method Helps Teachers Address Students' Psychological Needs
California District Makes Choice Initiative Centerpiece of Plan To Reinvigorate Schools
First State-by-State Comparisons of Math, Science Education Released
'Points of Light' Advisory Group To Issue Blueprint
Project 30 Colleges Offer Models For Redesigning Teacher Training
State News Roundup
Coalition Launches Campaign To Highlight Teaching Profession
Column: Teachers
Commentary: Lear: Schools Must Teach About Religion
News Updates
Vermont Eyes New Methods of Paying for Schools
Washington Board Adopts Code Setting Conduct Standards for School Workers
In the Press
Private Schools Column
A.F.T. To Develop 3 Professional-Practice Schools
Alternative Certification for Teachers Is Examined
Schools Urged To Review Business-Issued Materials
Boston Compact's Success in Middle Schools Called Mixed
News In Brief
Chicago School-Bus Drivers' Arrest Exposes Screening-Law 'Loophole'
Framework for Science Curricula Backs Evolution
Column: Computers
Dade County Chooses Local Designs In Its Competition for'Saturn Schools'
Schools Must Provide Interpreters for Deaf Parents, U.S. JudgeRules
Growing Up on the Award-Winning 'Degrassi' Series
District News Roundup
Arizona Mandates Foreign Languages in Grades 1-8
District's Anti-Alcohol Policy Labeled Overly Harsh
Capital Digest
Federal File: Estimating the impact
Hawkins: Democrats' 'Mr. Education'
Despite Critics, Hawaii To Launch After-School Child-Care Program
Bush Creates Task Force On Hispanics' Education
Momentum Builds for School-Finance Lawsuit in Illinois
District in Colo. Seeks Advice in Closing Deficit