Games Children Play
School-Meals Rules Lauded as Healthy Shift
E.C.S. Seeks International Dialogue on Education
Many Science-Reform Paths Open to Districts
'My Kid Beat Up Your Honor Student'
Schoolhouse Rot
Ariz. Lawmakers Approve School-Reform Package
11 Education Programs Snag Community-Service Grants
National News Roundup
Children & Families Column
Teachers' Contract in Boston Heralded as Positive Step
Lack of Accountability in Spec.-Ed. Program Blasted
News In Brief
Federal File: Stickin' around; Education presidents
Civics Standards Seen 'Formulating the Future'
School's Out for Summer
Mrs. Clinton Gets Enthusiastic Welcome From Her 'Biggest Fans'
Hawaii Awarded First Goals 2000 Planning Grant
News Update
Curriculum Column
N.Y.C. Mayor Pushes School-Decentralization Plan
Spec.-Ed. Advocates Hail Panels' Health-Care Votes
Excerpts From U.S. Supreme Court Decision in Kiryas Joel Case
Court Strikes District for Hasidic Sect
District News Roundup
Principals' Challenge to Chicago Law Rejected
Legislative Update
Talks on Committing Rest of Annenberg Gift Continue
Teacher Training A Key Focus For Administration
Books: New in Print
Appetite For Destruction
Bilingual Education Column
Ideas & Findings
N.E.A. To Continue Merger Talks With A.F.T.
Capital Digest
Fiscal 1995 Spending Bill Affirms Reorganized Research Office
Impact of Rulings in Two Voting-Rights Cases Argued
More Special-Ed. Students in Test Pools Urged
N.E.A. Members Predict High-Stakes Race To Succeed Geiger
NASA Decision Due This Month on 'Teacher in Space' Program
Replace 'General' Track With Career Programs, Report Urges
Teaching To The Test
Principals And Pendulums
Special Education Column
Chicago Board Approves Plan To Help Schools Improve
Judge Rejects State Finance System in Ohio
The 'Systemic' Epidemic
Grant To Implement Comer Model in Detroit Schools
Texas Mulls Changes in Textbook-Adoption Process
People News
State Journal: Resignation; Closing loopholes
Dade Board Backs Makeshift Centers for New Immigrant Students
Barriers to Ending Welfare Dependence Reported
Private Schools Column
Letters to the Editor
Detroit Proposal Seeks To Pull 9th Graders Out of High School