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Honig Faces Trial on Criminal Charges of Conflict of Interest
Ballot Box: Teachers and students; Reform candidate?; Bennett in '96?
Q&A: College Head Reflects on Vt. Plan To Revamp Teacher Training
Reducing Infant Mortality Becomes Policy Priority
A Cone of Contention
Math-Teachers' Survey Finds a Schism Between Practice, Reformers' Vision
Federal File: On the job at E.D.
Professor Predicts Urban Teachers' Success
N.Y.C. To Create Small, Theme-Oriented High Schools
Measure Would Create Board To Set Work-Readiness Skills
Performance Assessment Seen Progressing From Theory to Practice
Chiefs' Report Documents Improvement In Student Achievement in Math, Science
'Impact Statement' for Tests Is Urged
State News Roundup
Science-Reform Goals Elusive, NAEP Data Find
European School-Construction Group Opens Its Doors to American States
Technology Column
Partnership Awards Restructuring Grants to L.A. Schools
News In Brief
The False Premises of 'Strategic Planning'
Assessments--Federal Style
Colleges Column
Throwing Out the Traditional School Model at Piscataquis High
Indian Youths Found Prone to Unhealthful Behaviors
Boston Mayor Convenes Meeting on Student Discipline
Partnerships Column
Judge Upholds Iowa Tax Breaks for Private-School Parents
Distance-Learning Project on Bush's Budget 'Hit List'
Calif. Plan Shifts State Duties to Private-School Group
High Court Ruling Limits Right To Sue in Foster-Care Cases
Can Tests Lead the Way To Excellence?
Elementary-School Principals Surveyed on Testing
Capital Digest
Consortium To Scrutinize Productivity of Education
Electronic Materials Added To N.M. Text-Adoption List
House Approves Measure To Expand Access to Student Aid
Column One: Teachers
Maine's 'Common Core' Offers a Lesson in Standards
District News Roundup
News Update
House, Senate Both Back Plans To Increase Taxes in Maryland
E.T.S. Perfects Computer System for Test-Taking
Court Ordered To Reconsider Miss. Voting-Rights Case
State Journal: Shock troops; Strange ways
Task Force Calls for Revamping Calif. High Schools
Letters To The Editor
Casey Grants To Target Foster Care, Mental-Health Services
Souter's Concurrence
Urban Chiefs, Boards Agree on State of Relations
Class for Overweight Students at Ill. School Promotes Healthy Habits
State News Roundup
Federal File: Singing for his supper; Most charitable; Another try?
War Resister Faces New Battle--To Keep Teaching License in Calif.
Recommendations of Governance Task Force
Breaking With Tradition, N.Y. Budget Arrives on Deadline
Ballot Box: No campaign commercials; Secretary of Education Clinton?
Column One: Students
Goals Panel Adopts Plan To Develop Early-Childhood Assessment System
House Panel Backs Bill To Reauthorize, Revamp O.E.R.I.
Blackmun's Concurrence
Toledo Board Backs Teacher Contract Amid Charges of Bias
'Common Core' High-School Math Curriculum Offered
Disillusionment and Noblesse Oblige
Scalia's Concurrence
Academy Panel Urges Wide-Ranging Effort to 'Rebuild' O.E.R.I.
District News Roundup
High Court Eases Federal Guidelines For Desegregation
National News Roundup
Asked To 'Dream,' Students Beat the Odds
Highlights of Academy Report Examining Roles for O.E.R.I.
E.P.A. Issues New Guidance On Reinspecting for Asbestos
Honors & Awards
Florio Outflanks Republicans in School-Aid Debate
Report Links Drug Dependency to Child-Welfare Problems
Legislative Update
In the Press
E.D. Seeks To Use '90 Census Data To Set Funding
Letters to the Editor
Chicago School Board's Restructuring Plan Rejected
Parent Discontent Fuels Spirited School-Board Races in Princeton
Facing Suit, La. Governor Offers School-Finance Plan
Colo. Bill Allows Schools To Secede From Districts
Q&A: Psychologist Discusses Research on Shyness in Children
Proposal Seeks To Tighten Spec.-Ed. Eligibility
From a 'Card-Carrying Psychometrician'
School-Law Experts See Limited Impact of Ruling
Calif. Administrators Ponder Impact of Honig's Indictment
House Panel Likely To Adopt Student-Testing Measure
Redefine Role, Duties of School Boards To Focus on Policy,
News Updates
State Journal: Store giveaway?; Leave us alone
Excerpts From the Supreme Court's Decision in Freeman v. Pitts
Look, Up in the Air ...
Welfare Law Not Fulfilling Potential for Change, Study Says
Why Education Won't Be a 1992 Campaign Issue
Philanthropy Column
Plans To Shift Funds to Domestic Programs Appear Dead
Lead Researcher Probed on Charges of Skewing Data
Plan To Reopen Episcopal School in N.Y. Approved
News In Brief
Coalition Pushing Tax, Education Reforms in Ala. Crumbling
Capital Digest
Special Educators Worry Push To Attain National Goals Is Leaving Them Behind
In a Pilot Study, Student Writing In Class Gauged
Even Start Teaches a Parent To Reach a Child
Testing Shifts From Memorization To Investigation in Littleton, Colo.
Maryland District Taps Science Community To Conduct Audit
Preschools for Slow Children
Vocational Education Column
International Study Examines Partnerships
Ill. Bill Seeks Help Educating Military Dependents
Computer Educators: Network's Potential May Elude Schools
No Signicant Impact Seen for Teachers From Bush Order on Union Agency Fees
N.J. Voters Approve 73% of Local School Budgets
San Antonio Businesses Launch Choice Program
Center To Publish Detailed Plan for Teaching History
People News
C.D.F. Study Tracks Worsening Plight Of Young Children in Young Families
'Smooth Sailing' Predicted for Higher-Education Bill
Novello Renews Attack Against Alcohol Industry
Letters to the Editor
Books: Readings
Curriculum Column
State Journal: High School Fixation?; 'Jock' vs. English Major
Yonkers Council Backs Accord In Housing-Desegregation Case
State News Roundup
National News Roundup
E.D. Renews Recognition of Accrediting Association
Preliminary Data Point to Promising Gains, Potential Problems
Media Column
Use Lottery Profits To Boost School Aid, Edgar Proposes
19 Competencies Replace Carnegie Units at Littleton
Bush Touts Education as 'Key Reform' in Domestic Agenda
Issue of Multiculturalism Dominates Standards Debate
News Updates
Admissions Policy for N.Y.C. Magnet Schools Lauded
Ballot Box: Education President II; It's official; Early returns; Two men out
Federal File: Serving notice; Friendly fire?
Report Expected To Stir Up Ill. School-Finance Debate
Program That Rewards Senior Teachers Stirs Flap in Philadelphia
School Budgeting Practices In Chicago Are Questioned
Health Column
Critics Assailed as Pa. Panel Approves Outcome Rules
News in Brief
Books: New in Print
14 Schools To Share $9 Million in 'Next Century' Competition
District News Roundup
Study Finds Little Done To Ease Transition to School
Q&A: Superintendent Reflects on New Job as Head of A.S.C.D.
Regulation and the 'New American School': Society's Cost-Benefit Choice
Cold War's End Wracks Schools in Base Town
Minnesota Measure Extends Health-Insurance Coverage
Q & A: Author Discusses Upcoming Carnegie Report on Youth Groups
Channel One Impact of Knowledge Gauged
Education Data Seen Bypassing Disabled Youths
District News Roundup
Bilingual Education Column
Books: New in Print
Poll Finds Educators Endorse Creation of Fiber-Optic System
New Ga. Law Creates Telecommunications Network
B.U. To Open Accelerated High School for Gifted Students
Gap Cited in Awareness of Students' Home Languages
People News
Disabled Girls Face Poorer Prospects 3 to 5 Years After School
News in Brief
Survey Shows Most Rape Victims Under 18
Universities, Schools, and the Welfare State
Minneapolis Schools Suspend High-Stakes Kindergarten Testing
Justices Hear Arguments In Pa. Abortion-Law Case
Shift to High School Difficult for Many, Study Finds
Report Documents New Round of State Fiscal Lows
Skilled Labor Not Seen in Demand in Rural Areas
New Evidence Confirms Link Between Low-Birthweight Babies and Smoking
State News Roundup
Iowa Budget Haggling Unlikely To Restore Proposed School-Fund Cuts
News Updates
Justice Ponders Bolstering Ability To Prosecute Juvenile Offenders
E.D. Urged To Delay Rules On Race-Based Scholarships
Appeals Court Ordered To Re-Examine Ruling in Brown
Federal File: He's Back
Strategic Planning or the 'Titanic Solution'?
'Turning Lives Around' Is the Goal Of Burger King-School Partnerships
Mo. Governor Signs 'Bankruptcy' Bill To Allow State To Force Consolidations
E.D. Ponders Effect of Base Closings on Impact-Aid Program
Court Weighs Cases That Could Impact State Tax Revenues
Unusual Ad Charges Fla. Child-Welfare System Undermines Parents
State Journal: First-round loss; Rewards and sanctions
Calif. Program Found To Decrease Welfare Spending
New Definition of 'Emotionally Disturbed' Sought
Ballot Box: Backtracking; Brown close-up
Column One: Research
Legislative Update
Realizing Opportunity, Professors Court Role in Policy Debates
Great Teachers Are Not Solo Performers
Study Reveals Benefits, Shortcomings In Catholic Education for 8th Graders
School Violence and the Adult-to-Student Ratio
Seven Days a Week
'Minimal' Training May Not Fit Boards' Needs
Kentucky Lawmakers Redefine Power of School Boards
Unions Strive to Elect Friendly Board Members
Boards of Contention: Introduction
In Promoting Change, Board Support Is Essential
Up for Discussion
Historians Cite 'Steady Erosion' in Local Control
Associations Try To Be 'All Things to All People'
In Cash-Strapped Districts, Spending Gets New Scrutiny
After 52 Years, 'Hard Worker' Is Ousted From Office
Tales of Two Boards: In 'Good' N.J. District, Board Tries to Find Its Way
Tales of Two Boards: Under State Order, Dallas Tries To Clean Up Its Act