State of the State Address Excerpts
Wisconsin Unveils New Standards; By Fall, Districts To Set Guidelines
English Spoken Here
Where Do School Dollars Go?
Portfolio Folly
'E-Rate' Program's Imminent Launch Has Educators High on Technology
Race and Takeovers
Department Offers Consulting Aid To Help States Meet Title I Dictate
Supreme Court Rejects Appeal in Suit Over Desegregation Costs
NEA Leaders Agree in Concept To Affiliate With AFL-CIO
Budget News Is Sweet for Education Insiders
The Bottom Line
States Turn Their Attention to Teacher Improvement
Indianapolis Board Names a Successor for Zendejas
Clinton Proposes $22 Billion in New Child-Care Initiatives
In Education Spending, U.S. Near the Top, Report Finds
Report Clears Test Contractor, Ky. Ed. Dept.
A Living Laboratory
Poll on Bilingual Education Proposition
Federal Officials To Review Decisions On SSI Benefits for Disabled Children
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
News in Brief: A National Roundup
From a Public Education to an Education in Public
English Spoken Here
Research Notes
Lawsuit Challenges Bible-History Curriculum
Edison Project Prepares To Expand, Thanks to New Private Investment
Racial Issues Cloud State Takeovers
Superstar of Science: A Tribute
The 'Quick Fix' of Certification Exams
High Court's Opinion Directs Arizona Back to the Drawing Board on Funding
How the 'E-Rate' Program Will Work
Trouble Lurks Behind Task of Naming Schools
Study Documents Shifts in Districts' Spending
In the Field: Research Team Settles In for the Long Haul
Main Components
Ruling Shakes Up D.C. School Management
States To Focus on Schools, Tax Cuts in 1998
Ending SAT May Hurt Minorities, Study Says
Manufacturers Endorse National Tests, Vouchers
In Congress, Key Policy Votes May Hinge on Timing
A Living Laboratory
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Group Resurrects Call for Modern Orphanages
Summary of Findings
Bilingual Ed. Initiative All Set To Go Before Voters in June
Panel Proposes Breaking Up Phila. District
Teenage Drug Use Seems To Be Leveling Off
Philadelphia Restructuring Would Be a First for Big U.S. Districts
Steroid Use Among High School Girls on Rise, Study Says
Conn. Home Schooler Wants Chance To Play Basketball With School Team
English Spoken Here
A Shared Concern
Calif. Education Officials Approve Back-to-Basics Standards in Math
Report Roundup
School Finance Ruling Raises New Tax Questions in N.H.
State Journal
Take Note
Federal File
Books--New In Print
High Court Takes a Look at Takeovers
Florida Targets Underage Smokers With Media, Education Campaign
Alaska To Take On School Finance Reform
N.J. Governor Eyes Options for Interdistrict Choice, Tenure
Controversial Goals 2000 To Face New Uncertainties
Signs of Progress Slowly Emerge After Takeover in Compton, Calif.
Initiative 134
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Calif. District Points to Uniforms for Plunging Crime Rate
Minn. School Board Scraps Proposed Diversity Rule
Resort-Town Teachers Pay a Price for Location
Take Note
CBS To Replace Its Entire Slate Of Children's Educational Shows
Delay Test Cycle, Researchers Urge Kentucky
The Best (Only?) Alternative to Vouchers
Computer Classes Aren't Just for Boys Anymore
A Goals 2000 Time Line
States Set To Examine How To Make Testing Nationally Comparable
Corrections, Clarification
Reform Leaders Decry NCAA Requirements
Westinghouse Losing Sponsor, Meeting Suitors
Political Initiative
Lawmakers Advance Proposal To Change Mass. Special Ed. Law
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Where We Are From
Family Members Watching Over Preschoolers
War of Words on Testing Moves to Next Stage
Iowa Groups Seek Statehouse Focus on Early Years
Alternative Accrediting Organization Taking Form With Federal Assistance
Study Links Course-Taking With Urban Achievement
The Tyranny of a National Curriculum
Va. Parents To Receive School 'Report Cards' Under New Mandate
State Journal
Rural Education
Federal File
Journal Highlights Effects of Diet on Children
News in Brief: A National Roundup
FairTest Report Questions Reliance On High-Stakes Testing by States
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Random Drug Testing of Students Proving To Be a Popular Idea
For Girls, Writing's on the Wall in New PSAT Exam
ETS Settles Lawsuit Against Kaplan Over Alleged Misuse of Test Questions
Emphasis on Getting Back to the Basics in Massachusetts
How One Foundation Links Schools, Companies
N.J. Judge Urges Vast Aid Boost for Urban Schools
Computer Donations Pose Dilemma for Educators
Toledo Peer-Review Program Being Contested
Where Gown Meets Town
U.S. Kindergarten Study Sheds Light on Retention, Delayed Entry
Thompson Threatens a Takeover for Milwaukee
Commission Urges Broad Cooperation on Curbing College Costs
Mich. Schools Get Reprieve on Sanctions
Superintendents Support Block Grants With Strings
Crew Proposes Packing N.Y.C. Students Off to Camp
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
National Panel Delays Clinton's Proposed Voluntary Tests
Alienation From High School Is Worst Among Black Males, Study Reveals
U.S. Supreme Court Turns Down Appeal in Desegregation Case
Idaho Teacher to Train for Space Flight
A Tale of Two Schools
San Francisco May Close Pioneering Newcomer School
How One Foundation Links Schools, Companies
Schools Need U.S. Guidance on Civil Rights, Panel Says
Where Gown Meets Town
Learning To Live With 'New Age' English
Conflicting Views of Voc. Ed. Lead to Dispute
No Day for a King
An Ultimatum for Milwaukee
Take Note
Federal File
Teachers in Space: A Chronology
State Journal