IDEA Opens Doors, Fans Controversy
'I Know That I Am Here for a Reason'
Retired Administrator Notes Shift in Federal Law's Focus
A Rising Tide of Disabilities
The Changing Nature Of Students' Disabilities
Why Not an ‘Opportunity Corps’?
Progressive Education Means Business
A Prescription for Improving Teacher Preparation
Shades of Gray
Advancing Age
Rethinking Retirement
Projected Costs of Caring For Elderly People
Urban Districts Seek Funding For NAEP Trial
Education Is a Top Concern for Senate's New Freshmen
Arizona Poised To Revisit Graduation Exam
Texas Licensing Panel Trying To Broaden Teacher Pool
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Kansas Panel Urges Large Infusion Of State Aid to Schools
N.J. Commission Requests Funding To Upgrade Teacher Education
Reporter's Notebook
Bus Company Keeps Its Eyes On the Road
Education Inc.
Harvard Project Aims To Strengthen Teacher-Parent Bonds
Technology Update
S.C. School Settles Teacher Sex-Abuse Cases
N.Y. Judge Narrows Claims In Student-Poverty Suit
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Religion Gaining Attention As Curriculum Topic
Md. District Plans Return To Neighborhood Schools
Shades of Gray: Overview
Teachers Examining Student Work To Guide Curriculum, Instruction
Administrators Say Technology Calls For Range of Skills
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The Newest Senators
Lobbying for Change: A Parent's View
Does Studying the Arts Enhance Academic Achievement?
What Are We Doing To Our Schools?
A Polling Tale
Educators Compete for Seats In Next Congress
Riley Grilled on Travel, Department Fraud Allegations
Election Notebook
Education Spending Continues To Divide President, Congress
Calif. Settles Suit Over Special Ed. Mandates
Study Offers New Insights On State Lotteries
N.M. Flubs List of Most-Improved Schools
N.C. Judge Backs Suit By Districts
S.F. Board Abandons Tough Rules On Credits Needed To Graduate
Report Roundup
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Health Update
Dot-Com Hopes To Write New Chapter in Book Sales
Internet-Access Provider to Schools Getting Out of Education Business
Panel Calls for Fresh Look At Duties Facing Principals
Energy-Conscious Districts Take Rising Winter Fuel Costs in Stride
Percentage of Mothers With Jobs Hits High
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Chicago's Efforts To Recruit Teachers Pay Off
Philadelphia Teachers Announce Plans to Go on Strike
Sources of Teachers For Chicago's Students
Ballot Measures Abound As State Voting Nears
Illinois School Board OKs Plan For More State Testing
State Ballot Measures
Ariz. Eyes Calif.'s 1-Year LEP Classes
Principals Try New Styles As Instructional Leaders
Candidates Spar Over Test Gains in Texas
Unions Pull Out Stops For Elections
Telling It Like It Is
Complaints Point Up 'Murky' Areas In Union Activism
NEA, AFT Dig Down to Details in Effort To Mobilize Members
Ballot Busters
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Philadelphia Teachers Reach Settlement
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Events, Part Two
Results in Selected Congressional Races
State Ballot Questions: Results
No Simple Answer
You Have Your Teacher's Permission To Be Ignorant
A Changing Mix
Struggling in School
A Bilingual Day in the Life
Uneven Growth
More on the Way
Destino: The United States
Dropping Out
A Passage From India
One Nation, Many Languages
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Congress Delays Education Budget Decision
Funding Stalemate Puts Internet-Filter Mandate on Hold
High Court Declines To Hear Case on Confederate Flag
Federal Court Upholds Calif. Licensing Exam
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
State Teacher-Bonus Plan Catches Florida Districts Short
Reading-Test Results
A Powerful Learning Tool In the Palm of Their Hands
Harcourt General Inc. Agrees To Terms of Sale
Reporter's Notebook
CliffsNotes Guides Revised in Bid To Impress Tough Critics: Teachers
Middle School Students 'Gear Up' For College
Jury Awards $105 Million In Teacher-Student Abuse Case
Census Finds Fewer Young Children Being Cared For by Relatives
Where the Boys and Girls Are
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Middle School Report Urges Academic Rigor
New Contract Settles Teacher Unrest In Philadelphia
Un Día Nuevo for Schools Overview
Charters Hit by Facilities Funding Woes
Chicago Parents Get Report Cards On Involvement
State Leaders Inclusive In Push for Standards
Vast Majority of Charter School Studies Show Positive Findings, Report States
Voters Deliver Verdict on Host Of State Ballot Questions
In Governors' Races, No Significant Change in Party Balance
Key Gubernatorial Results
State School Chiefs Results
In Governors' Races, No Change in Party Balance
New President Must Work With Divided Congress
Education Week Election 2000: Education-Related Results
House Committee Education and the Workforce Members Re-elected, Retiring
Senate Committee Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Members Re-elected
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The Shrinking Applicant Pool
Un Día Nuevo for Schools
States Question National Reading-Test Scores
Urban Network Touts Virtues Of Small High Schools
Shift to Center Seen in Bids To Mold President's Agenda
People in the News
A Boot Camp for Leaders
Standards, Tests, And Civil Rights
Large-Scale Reform Is Possible
Who's in Charge?
Student Jobs Hurt Math, Science Scores
Mich. Charter Schools Scoring Lower
It All Adds Up
Louisville School Ratings at Odds With Kentucky Goals
Reporter's Notebook
News in Brief: A National Roundup
First Elected President Chosen For D.C. Board
State Voters OK More Spending For Education
Arizona Curtails Bilingual Education
LEP Testing Controversy Plays Out In Calif. Court
Nation Ponders Unsettled Presidential Vote
State Ballot Measures
Ore. Rejects Proposal To Restrict What Schools Teach About Gays
Colo. Voters Approve Wait On Gun Buys
Elections Yield Delicate New Balance On Hill
NEA, AFT Leave Mark on Congress, Ballot Measures
2001 Budget Awaits Lame-Duck Congress
Voucher Initiatives Defeated In Calif., Mich.
Elections Seen as Mandate For Bipartisan Schools Policy
Prospects for Wash. Charter School Initiative Look Dim
Most Ga. Legislators Survive Bid To Oust Them Over Schools Law
States Tap 4 Incumbents and 2 Newcomers In Chiefs' Races
State Schools Chiefs' Races
Shoah Foundation Offers Holocaust Lessons
District Mulls 'Naming' Rights For Businesses
Principals' Workshops Overhauled
Reporter's Notebook
State Ballot Measures: Results
State School Chiefs Results
Winners of Gubernatorial Races And Their Positions on Education
How Education Committee Members Fared
Books in Print
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Federal File
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Algebra Benefits All Students, Study Finds
Balancing Act
Educational Diplomacy
The ‘Volvo Effect’
The Zen of Quality
With Election in Doubt, Transition Must Wait
Ed. Dept. Warns States To Comply With Title I Rules
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Awaiting Confirmation
Nevada Suit Challenges Proposed Business Tax for Schools
Troubled Pa. Districts Eye Dramatic Changes
Wash. State Panel Recommends Tougher Accountability
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Standards Ignore Youngest Pupils' Needs, Researchers Say
Pay-Scheme Tempest Blows Over Britain
Foreign Exchange
Principals Need Training in Guiding Learning, Report Says
Spec. Ed. Testing Waivers In Texas Questioned
Reporter's Notebook
Schools Must Reveal Internet Logs, Judge Says
Federal Breakfast Program Feeds Record Numbers
News in Brief: A National Roundup
National Trust Urges Saving Historic Schools
Calif. Settles Battle Over LEP Testing
Schools of Education Tracking Down 'Big Money'
Election Called 'A Great Civics Lesson'
Mass. Teachers Blast State Tests in New TV Ads
Educational Enrichment
Wis. District Learning Its Own Lesson About Recounts
Assessing the Assessment
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