Children's Advocates Put Forward a Contract of Their Own
G.O.P. Begins Reign, Makes Changes in Panels
News in Brief
Federal File
$53 Million Annenberg Gift to L.A. Project Announced
Uncertainty Over Bankruptcy in Calif. Leaves Schools Dangling
Empowerment-Zone Proposals Prominently Feature Education
Districts News Briefs
Reach Out and Touch
A Soft Sell
A Disturbing Trend: Drug Use Among Teenagers Rises for 3rd Straight Year
Federal File: Helms aid; Changing of the guard
Capital Update
Minn. Fines Districts Millions of Dollars Over Gender Pay Equity
The New Politics of Education: School Districts For Sale
Down to Work:Congress Sets A New Course
Troubled District Giving Parents A Tough Choice
Mich. Lawmakers Pass Bill To Fix Charter Law
National Board Announces First Teacher Certificates
Literacy Skills of Many College Graduates Found Deficient
Kellogg Awards $21.7 Million for Adoption Project
What To Expect From a New Year And a New Congress
Wired For The Future
33 Religious Groups Join Riley in Seeking Greater Family Role in Schools
Inspector's Report Blasts Chicago District's 'Lack of Accountability'
State Journal: Switching parties; Insulting ruling
Given Calls for Tax Cuts, E.D. Programs May Be Vulnerable
Logged On For Learning
Elders's Departure May Signal Shift On Health Issues, Advocates Predict
Reform Picture Hazy as Ala. Gov.-Elect Vows Appeal
Paving the Way for the Highway
Something Has To Give
Take Note: Child's play?; Underwater mystery
'We Need Immigration Reform in Washington'
State Lawmakers Urged To Back Goals 2000, Arts
Congress Takes First Steps in March Toward Spending-Cut Goal
N.J. Governor Agrees To Delay School-Voucher Legislation
A Concerted Effort
National Briefs
A Governor's Legacy: Solid Record on Education
Networking Column
National Briefs
An Education Miracle?
'It Is a Human Issue'
Mothers Lead List in Caregiver Time, Study Says
Money Is the Answer
Lobbyists Are Split Over Unfunded-Mandates Bill
G.O.P.'s 'Leaner, Meaner' Crime Bills Would Scrap School-Based Programs
Phila. Board Seeks State Funds in Desegregation Case
'A True Nation of the World'
Business Still Up To Tackle Reform, Report Says
Lawmakers See Need To Untangle Voc.-Ed. Web
State Journal: Minutiae; Paddle problem
House Historian Ousted Over Remarks as E.D. Reviewer
Federal File: Clinton honored; Alexander's campaign
Tex. Lawmakers Await Delayed School-Finance Ruling
N.J. Chief Floats Plan For Ending Takeovers
Parents Column
Panel Agrees To Revise National History Standards
Accord Bars Ala. Educator From School Grounds
Administrators Column
The Democrats On House Panel Slow To Regroup
Letters To the Editor
N.C.A.A. Affirms Tougher Academic Requirements
Riley, Lawmakers Debate Federal Role in Schools
Turnover Among State Spec.-Ed. Directors Sparks Concern
N.D. Lawmakers Prepare To Rewrite School-Finance System
Colleges Column
The Young Riders
Kentucky Grant Will Expand Elementary-Reform Project
'Our Strength Lies in Our Diversity'
Court Hears Arguments In K.C. Case
Letters To the Editor
Private Schools Tap New Source: Tax-Exempt Bonds
People Column
17-State Project Hammers Out Own Standards
Antidote for Antipolitics: A New 'Text of Civic Instruction'
Drawing the Line
State Teachers Of The Year
Clinton Civil-Rights Agenda Cloudy, Advocates Say
Urban Study Faults Teacher-Development Programs
Cincinnati Links Administrators' Pay, Performance
Changes in Attitude
Wis. Vouchers For Religious Schools Urged
The Outsider
Sylvan Learning To Buy Two Education Companies
Sponsoring 'Organic Intellectuals'
Number of Expulsions Soars in Wisconsin
Ordinary People
Letters to the Editor
One day at a time; Back to nature
Capital Update
Sex bias at E.D.
Clinton Announces Four of 12 to National Skill Standards Board
E.D. Spending Seen Tempting Budget-Cutting Target
Ark. Officials Gearing Up for School-Finance Overhaul
Cortines Says N.Y.C. Schools Will Offer Televised Courses
Writing for A Reason
Seattle Schools Hope New Levy Path Pays Off
Teacher Corps Alumni Reflect on the Past, Plan for the Future
Administration Falls Short, Rights Report Says
Minnesota Ponders Ways To Revamp Finance System
Builders, District at Odds in School-Starved Dade
Books: New In Print
Senate Approves Resolution Denouncing History Standards
Education Politics: The Right's Data-Proof Ideologues
Ideas & Findings
Idaho shake-up
S.D. Governor Proposes New School-Aid System
Power Shift Spurs Lobbyists To Rethink Strategies
Ga. Proposal Would Ease State Textbook Control
Annenberg To Award Grants to Chicago, Rural Areas
Education Politics: The Real Clinton Education Policy
Georgia Governor Promises Four-Year Focus on Education
Alinsky's Legacy
Clinton Seeks To Head OffCuts in National Service