Suit Challenges Religious Practices in Ala. Districts
Beyond Busing
Suit Challenges Religious Practices in Ala. Districts
House Backs Vouchers for Private Schools in D.C.
Legislative Update
News In Brief: Compromise Reached In Ind. Testing Dispute
Proposed District Secession Fans Racial Flames
Report Urges More Spending on Preschool Programs
Turning Critics Into Partners
Ancient Advice
Distance-Learning Network To Be Developed
Youth Smoking by State
Productive Discussions About The Education Dollar
Battle Brewing Over How To Pay for Spec. Ed. in N.J.
News In Brief: Panel Urges Easing Special-Ed. Mandates
People Column
State Journal
NEA Predicts Level K-12 Arts Funding
Environmental-Education Materials Evaluated
Take Note: Fruity gelatin ... with feeling
Congress Clears Communications Bill
Cuts in Title I Could Force Teacher Layoffs, Riley Warns
News Updates
Leading Lady
Ky. Bill To End Multi-Age Grouping in Grades 1-3 Advances
Foster To Advise White House on Teen Pregnancy, Youth Issues
The Future of Behavior
'The Orwellian Transformation of Diversity'
1996 Presidential Candidates: Profiles and Education Policy
'Education Is Not Just for the Privileged Few'
Ideas & Findings
Curriculum Column
Publishing Column
Goodling Seeks To Reshape Education Debate
On the Chopping Block
Calif. Backs Off Plan To End Remedial College Classes
Letters to the Editor
The Environment: Teaching and Learning
'Brown Was Bigger Than Test Scores'
Wis. Governor Calls for Local High School Exit Exams
National News Roundup
Federal File
District News Roundup
Proposed Tobacco Bans Spark Thousands of Student Letters
Atlanta Construction Costs Hit Olympian Heights
States News Roundup
Ruling Prompts Md. District To Revise Program for Black Males
Teachers Column
San Diego Teachers Strike in Dispute Over Pay
AASA Reform Report Urges Focus On Ethics as Schools Look to Future
'Days of Court Oversight Are Numbered'
Scare Tactics
GOP Hopefuls Of One Mind On Education
Holmes Group Expands Scope To Link Colleges, Schools
A Doll By Any Other Name
OCR Probes Bias Complaint Against Texas Exit Test
Judge Upholds Ohio Test for Private Students
Status of Federal Legislation
$107 Million Over 5 Years Awarded to 7 Research Centers
Lugar Touts Role in Defending School-Meals Programs
Telling Tales Out Of School
State Journal
Letters to the Editor
State and Local Budget Writers Brace for Worst
Accentuating the Negative
Toledo Teachers' Union Reinstates Peer-Review Process
Hartford City Officials Float Plan To Keep EAI on in Financial Role
Katrina de Hirsch, Expert In Learning Disabilities, Dies
School Fires in Alaska Prompt Code Questions
N.Y. Plan Calls for Mainstreaming Preschool Children
President Vows Veto Unless School Aid Grows
N.J., N.Y. Advance Efforts To Adopt Academic Standards
Justice Department Sues N.Y.C. Over Custodian Hiring Practices
TCI Launches Company To Provide TV Programs, Software to Schools for Fee
Take Note: Detection or deception?
Special-Ed. Services in Ill. Fall Short, Judge Rules
On Governors and Ostriches
Project To Track Guns Reports Little Success
News in Brief: School-Finance Suit Is Dismissed in N.M.
Judge in Cleveland Case Refuses To Step Down
Summit Seeks New Focus on School Reform
Serious Play
States, Districts Seen Bearing Cost of Replacing Computers
Clinton, Senate Democrats Vow To Bar D.C. Vouchers
Federal File
Tribune Co. Purchases Two Textbook Publishers
Okla. Governor Proposes Bonus-Pay Program for Teachers
Goals Panel To Survey State Assessments, Ask For More NAEP Data
Police Seek Motive in Triple Slaying at Washington School
Uniforms Get Credit for Decrease in Discipline Problems
Striking Teachers Return to Class in San Diego
Eastin Unveils Plan To Push Standards in Calif.
Ga. Chief Takes Aim at NAEYC Materials
Clinton Urges College Presidents To Lower Tuition
'Potty-Gate' Bill Requires Bathroom Dividers
Former Education Secretaries Join Forces in Alexander Campaign
States Wield Parent Fines in Fight Against Crime
People Column
Education On Wall Street
State Journal
Teachers Agree Stress Needed On 'the Basics'
Nev. Lawmakers, Voters May Face Voucher Plan
Shanker Stands Test of Time
Legislative Update
Chicago Plan Seeks To Improve Achievement, Bolster Accountability
Pressing the Point: Local Educators Make the Rounds
Take Note
State News Roundup
Minn. Districts Overextended on Contracts, Officials Say
Evaluating Title I
Seeking Common Ground, Task Force Issues Guidelines
Activist School Reform
Update News Roundup
School Liability Under Decency Act Warned
EAI Gets Contract To Develop N.Y. District Budget
Detroit Makes Gains on $1.5 Billion Building Plan
Administrators Column
Federal File
N.Y.C. Chancellor Seizes Control of 2 Local Boards
Letters to the Editor
Gore Lashes Out at Congress for Axing Research, Science Spending
Brokers Pitch Education as Hot Investment
Problem Facing Local Schools
Why We Formed the Education Leaders Council
2 Schools in Milwaukee Choice Program Close
District May Be Held Liable for Harassment, Court Rules
Center To Target Tobacco Use by Youths
The Governors and Their Stone Age Schools
New Report Takes Stock of Charter Schools
'No Pay, No Play' Child-Support Bill Advances
Report Sketches Plans for Evaluating Title I
Clinton Details School-Technology Initiative; Two Reports Issued
National News Roundup
Fast-Growing Training Firm Turns Computer Attention to Teachers
By the Numbers
Books: New in Print
Bill Gives Utah Teachers Extra $200 for Classrooms
District News Roundup
Panel Assails Afrocentric Science Curricula
News In Brief
'Neighborhood Education Watch' Seeks To Mobilize Communities
In Questioning Bilingual Ed., Hispanic Parents Join Backlash
Clinton Didn't Pledge Budget Veto, NEA Says
Letters to the Editor
Seeking Change in High Schools
Colleges Column
Teachers, District Far Apart in Oakland Strike
Takeover of Financially Strapped District in Miss. Sought
News Update: Judge Orders Hasidic School To Pay Fine for Contempt
Court Seems Leary of Cable-TV Decency Rules
Assembly Democrats Join Calls To Ax N.Y.C. School Board
Gay Students' Request Spurs Board To Cut Clubs
Apple Will Focus on School Market, Educators Told
Parents Worry Bilingual Ed. Hurts Students
Teenagers Have Little Trouble Buying Cigarettes, Survey Finds
Buying Their Own
A Working Relationship
S.C. Measure Ties State Funding to School Achievement
Legislative Update
State Journal: Largess; Seeking power
District News Roundup
Milestones: Peter Muirhead, Ex-Official With HEW, Dies at Age 84
Budget Shortfall May Force State Takeover of Alabama District
Research Center To Focus on Education of Blacks
Assessment Reform at Crossroads
N.Y.C. Seeks To Overturn Limits On Title I at Religious Schools
A New Teacher-Pay System Could Better Support Reform
News In Brief
State News Roundup
Common Causes
Suit Challenging Long Beach Uniform Policy Dropped
National News Roundup
Change May Be Too Slow To Aid Title I, Experts Say
Resources on Interprofessional Education
Highlights of U.S. Supreme Court Opinions
Some Students Report Feeling Safer at School
Md. District Seeking $50 Annual Transportation Fee for Students
Looking Back
Districts Scramble To Make Up for Lost Time
New Kid on Campus
Colo. Bill Would Require Reading Tests for Young Children
Take Note: Amphibian inquiry
Federal File: A teacher on the Hill
Report Calls for Personal Touch In High School
Advocates of Goals 2000 Program Make State Inroads
Vermont Lawmakers Are Foiled by Forethought
In the Theater Lobby Following `Mr. Holland's Opus'