Capital Update
Update News Roundup
Oh, Freedom!
The American Experiment
AFT Project To Push Order And the Basics
U.S. Judge Releases Wilmington Districts From Court Oversight
States Turn Up Heat in Debate Over Paddlings
Federal File
State-of-the-Art School Seeks To Take a Bite Out of Crime
Cuts Loom as Budget Race Enters Homestretch
News In Brief
'Cyberporn' Is Not a School Problem, Experts Say
Ohio Teachers Fight Ban on Pay Deductions for Politics
Fate of School-Telecommunications Guarantees Uncertain
Vouchers Are No 'GI Bill for Children'
Broderbund, Learning Company Unveil Plans To Merge
Letters To the Editor
News In Brief
People Column
Tobacco Regulations Aim To Curb Smoking by Teenagers
Books: New in Print
Payzant Leaves U.S. Ed. Dept. To Head Boston Schools
U.S. Says K-12 Enrollment Will Set Record High in '97
Calif. Group Shelves Voucher Initiative Until 1998 Election
Survey of Chicago Teachers Paints Uneven Portrait of Reform
Colleges Column
Senate Welfare Plan Includes Voc.-Ed. Block Grant
New NCAA Rules May Bench Some Athletes
Legislative Update
Supreme Court on Aid to Religious Schools
Take Note
The Lights Come Up on First Four Edison Project Schools
House Republicans Outline Plan To Reshape D.C. Schools
Suit Challenges Quotas For Elite Schools in Boston
Where Have All the Mothers Gone?
Math and Verbal Scores Up on Revamped SAT
Baltimore To Continue Contract With EAI To Run Nine Schools
Partnership Created To Promote K-12 Arts Education
Taking a Stand
Board Awards Certificates in Middle School English
Publishing Column
So You Want To Start A Charter School?
4 States Begin School Year With New Chiefs
State Journal
DOD Plan Aims To Bring Schools Into Reform Movement
NAEP To Cut Exams, Test More Disabled Pupils
Lack of Discipline Tops Public's Concerns About Schools
Bell Curve's Reliance on IQ Scores To Make Its Point Is Rapped
Chicago 'Superboard' Negotiates Teacher Pact, Pares Budget
District News Roundup
Study Links School Productivity to Governance
Possible High Court Test of Private School Vouchers Debated
Stress Disorder Seen in Some Youths Exposed to Violence
Blocked by Court, Milwaukee's Voucher Program Gets Reprieve
State News Roundup
A Choice in The Matter
People Column
State News Roundup
District News Roundup
Take Note: Firefighters; Cutting the cable bill
Legislative Update
Cease-Fire Marks Opening of Pa. School in Privatization War
Two Key Officials Have Resigned From National Teaching-Standards Board
Phoenix Alumni Assignment: Save Historically Black School
Pell, Author of Key Student-Aid Program, To Retire
Service Programs' Future the Real Topic at Wofford Hearing
'Too Smart To Be a Teacher'
Jury Awards Ky. Teacher Nearly $34,000 In Lawsuit Against Student
Federal File: Taxing N.E.A.; Term limit?; Delegating
Bilingual Education Column
Providence Teachers Strike Over Health Care
News In Brief
Faith in Family
Order Blocks Nonsectarian Expansion of Voucher Program
News In Brief
Calif. District Not Obligated To Provide Transportation, Judge Rules
Diva School
Baltimore Seeks Plan To End Spec.-Ed. Suit
State Journal: Looking for work; Trouble on board
Private Schools Column
Dear Congress: Can the Ties, Save the Children
Citing Politics, 2 States Pull Out Of Chiefs' Group
Panel Puts Brakes on Bill To Rebuild Calif. Testing System
A State of Change
Dole Decries History Standards for Dwelling on the Negative
Mich. Lawmakers Face Hot-Button Issues in Fall Session
Court Upholds School-Finance System in Ohio
Book That Bucks Negative View of Schools Stirs Debate
Governor Seeks End To Desegregation Orders in Ariz.
Campaign-Ad Ruling Spurs Judge To Step Aside in Ala. Finance Case
A Cognitive View Of Leadership
Couple Gives $25 Million for Catholic School Vouchers
From Babar to Utopia
Mandatory Raises for Tenn. Superintendents Assailed
Clinton Leads Fight Against Budget Cuts
Districts Urged To Check Buses for Potentially Hazardous Handrails
A Dose of Old-Fashioned 'How To'
Christian Coalition Offers Tips on Promoting Vouchers
Curtain Goes Up on the Life Of New School
Legislative Update
Take Note: Does the dog stay--or go?
2 Suits, Board Rift Strain Durham, N.C., Merger
Windows 95 Raises Stakes in Battle Between Apples, PCs
East St. Louis District Gets Year Off to Rocky Start
Ill. Districts Jump at Chance for Waivers to Rules
Des Moines Voters Oust Gay School Board Member
Senate Bill Would Cut $2 Billion in Education Aid
Publishing Column
More Than 'Just the Facts,' Please
Businesses Pledge $100 Million To Improve Child, Elder Care
School Chiefs Share Fiscal Fears With Clinton
R.I. Judge Orders Halt to Providence Strike
National: Youth Survey Finds Support for Activism
Update: Cuts in N.C. Budget Force Agency Layoffs
Districts: Baltimore Officials Struggle To Complete Immunizations
The Frugal Superintendent
A Ban on Redistribution of Property Taxes Sought in Ohio
High Cost Snarls New Building Code for Fla. Schools
Report on Juvenile Crime Brings Calls for New Policies
State Journal: Note that provokes; Fee refunds
Capital Update
In Reorganization of Research Effort,E.D. Seeks Proposals for 7 New Centers
Los Angeles Schools Brace for Shutdown of Public Health Clinics
Judge Declares Denver Schools Desegregated
Studies Chart Big Boosts in Course-Taking
Ariz. Chief's Plan Renews DebateOn Addressing Financial Inequities
Immigration Spurs Debate On Capitol Hill
States: Hawaii Sex Educators To Promote Abstinence
Report Links Access to Technology to Math, Science Reform
News in Brief
Mayor Prompts Candidates To Drop Out of N.Y.C. Race
Technology Update: New CD-ROMs Focus on Vietnam War
Senate Sets Vote On Revised Welfare Measure
Federal File: Cookies and rhetoric
Report on Copyrights Published
Chiefs' Report Tracks State Reform Efforts
State Journal: Arizona ammunition
State News Roundup
Willie Herenton's Political Rebirth in Memphis
Asking Too Much of Decentralization
Children's TV Still Too Violent, Report Says
College Fees Proposed To Cut Cost Of Lending Programs
States Upgrade Licensure for Pre-K Teachers
Wise in the Ways of the World
Corporate Giving Predicted To Increase 3% This Year
Policies Using Race To Assign Pupils Attacked
Chicago Board To Request Proposals for Small Schools
Making the Classics Available to Students
Tales From the City
Equity Must Be The Yardstick
Philanthropy Column
Media Column
Federal File: Enlisting Miss America
Senate Clears Measure Ending Welfare Guarantees
District Seeks To Pare $136,000 Spec.-Ed. Bill
Multiple 'Failures' Blamed in Disabled Child's Death
Clinton Calls for National Education-Technology Effort
To Fill Void, Officials From 9 States Form Coalition
News in Brief
Ariz. District Drops Immigration-Status Policy
Computer 'Glitch' Forces Recalculation of NAEP Scores
District News Roundup
House Backs Overhaul of Voc.-Ed. Programs
Principals, Superintendents Get Annenberg Aid
People Column
Beyond IQ
News in Brief
4 Urban Districts To Share Professional-Development Funds
School Choir Can Sing Religious Songs, Judge Rules
House, Senate Panels Vote for Board To Oversee D.C. Schools
Take Note: City wants novelty pens capped
N.Y.C. Narrows Chancellor's Search to 3; K.C. Nears Choice
News Update
National News Roundup
Report Roundup
Determining Our Fate as a Nation
Beyond Random Acts of Innovation
More Basic-Skills Instruction in Calif. Urged