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Revised Mathematics Standards Provide More Guidance
Researchers Warn of Possible Pitfalls In Spec. Ed. Testing
Reporter's Notebook
AFT Urges New Tests, Expanded Training For Teachers
Demographic Challenges Ahead For Schools, Study Warns
Harvard To Study Rise Of For-Profit Education
Students Boycott Tests in Mass. To Protest Emphasis on Exams
New Superintendents Taking Helm In Big-City Districts
Los Angeles Subdivides District As Romer Considers Chief's Job
Merit Pay Fight, Politics Alter N.Y.C. Summer Program
Science Teachers' Turnover, Dissatisfaction High, Survey Finds
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Schools Prepare for Columbine Anniversary
NRA's Gun-Safety Course Finds Favor in Schools
Education for the 21st Century
Beyond the 'Good Start' Mentality
Language Arts Standards And the Possessive 'Apoxtrophe'
Congress OKs More Money For Schools in Budget Plan
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Report Charts Growth In Special Education
Civil Rights Panel Criticizes College-Admissions Plans
Calif. Governor Backs New Effort To Ease Approval of School Bonds
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Nebraska OKs Its First Statewide Test, While Making Standards Mandatory
States Seen as Staying the Course On Standards
New Mexico Retools Facilities Plan Overturned by Judge
Reading Panel Urges Phonics For All in K-6
Education Groups Set Their Sights On Influencing Debate Over Guns
Gore Takes Campaign Back to School
'Number One Priority Is Education'
Enrollment Figures
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People in the News
Early Years
Alone on the Range: S.D. Psychologist Covers Far-Flung Systems
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Prevention: Los Angeles Reaches Out To Students With Systemwide Approach
Homosexual Students: A Group Particularly Vulnerable to Suicide
Port of Entry
Budget Battles: Mental-Health Care Seldom Comes Out Ahead
Nurturing Atmosphere: One School Strives To Be Kinder, Gentler
Memphis: A District Under Emotional Renovation
Suicide: Many Schools Fall Short on Prevention
Chart: Tracking Spending
Chart: School Intervention
Chart: How Much Do States Spend?
Complex Set of Ills Spurs Rising Teen Suicide Rate
Why School Choice Can Promote Integration
If Standards Are Absolute...
The Post-Millennium Blues
Toughest Job in Education?
Election Notebook
Congress Poised To Increase Funding For Special Ed.
Committee Debate Marked By Partisan Rancor
Legislative Update
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
More N.Y. Special Education Students Passing State Tests
Aid for Private Schools Approved in Maryland
South Carolina Weighs Curbing Jail Time for Truants
Strong Leadership, Inclusiveness Vital To Improving Race Relations
Owl Dilemma Delays School Construction Near Tucson
Book Profiles System of School Choice In New Zealand
Schools Build Own Ramp Onto Info Highway
Millions for Poor, Disabled Children Misspent, GAO Says
Research Update
Research Update
Research Update
Rural Youths Share Efforts To Keep Home Fires Burning
Districts Targeting Teacher Seniority In Union Contracts
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Students' 'Diaries' Chart After-School Activities
School Violence Down, Report Says, But Worry High
Focus on Results Trickling Down To Younger and Younger Children
Math Revisions Add Emphasis on Basic Skills
Getting Serious About Kindergarten
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Youth Suicide Rates by Region and State
Resources on Teen Suicide
Books: New in Print
Federal File
State Journal
Children & Families
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People in the News
Jason Flatt, 1981-1997
Mekye Malcolm, 1981-1998
Kerby Guerra, 1985-1999
Chart: Suicide Rates by Age Group, 1960-97
Chart: In Black and White
Chart: Suicide Rates by Region/State
Chart: What They Choose to Use
National Standards On Technology Education Released
Understanding Technology's Impact
Politics Page
Educators: Reform Thyselves
Re-Creating a School System
To Upend the Status Quo
Rebels With a Cause
Kentucky Legislature Passes Early-Childhood Initiative
Teacher-Quality Plan Facing Slim Odds As Kentucky Session Ends
California Sued Over Construction Funding
Colorado Lawmakers OK School Rating Plan
Arizona Leaders Urge Tax Hike for Education
North Carolina Plan Aims To Close Achievement Gap
Reporter's Notebook
Education Inc.
Home Computers Used Primarily For Learning, Families Say in Survey
Lagemann Is Named at Spencer
Remedial Courses Undergo Major Cutbacks
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Teachers' Unions To Merge In Two More States
Appeals Court To Review Calif. Teacher Test for Bias
Lifting Minority Achievement: Complex Answers
Court Hears Arguments In Prayer Case
Worries of a Standards 'Backlash' Grow
In a Texas District, Test Scores For Minority Students Have Soared
GOP Plan Would Give States More Spending Flexibility
Momentum Building For Construction Funding
Bush Offers Proposals On Reading, Teacher Quality
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Urban Education
People in the News
Federal File
Corporate Giving to Education Grows at Record Pace
Bush Leading Republicans In New Direction
The Age of Virtual Learning?
Eye on Academies
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Court Lets Stand Ruling Allowing School To Refuse Religious Ad
High Court To Hear Case On Gay Scoutmaster
Riley Urges U.S. To Rejoin International Education Group
Fla. Driver's License Revocations Improve Attendance
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Technology Update
Foundation Turns Over Its Computer-Donation Program
Education Industry Showing Healthy Growth, Report Says
School Cheerleading Evolving Into Competitive Activity
Former Knick Leaps From the NBA To Principal for a Day
North Carolina District Puts Lunch Debtors on a Diet
'Blueprint' for San Diego Schools Draws Mixed Reactions
News in Brief: A National Roundup
State Audits Find New Budget Shortfalls in Newark
Suits, Memorials Mark Columbine Anniversary
A Hard Lesson For Kansas City's Troubled Schools
N.C. District To Integrate By Income
After 3 Years, "America's Promise" Continues
Accountability Via Transparency
Federal File
State Journal
Rural Education
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People in the News
Poetry, Dead or Alive
Educators Wary of Test Rules For LEP Pupils
Minority Communities Divided Over Charters, Vouchers
Analysis Finds Shallowness In Latest History Textbooks
Redefining 'Public' Schools