Community Groups Looking to Run Phila. Schools
Affirmative Reaction
Dis-Integrating American Public Schools
Caught Between Nostalgia And Utopia
Why Good Schools Are Countercultural
Department Study to Examine Effectiveness of Technology
Seven More Sign Guilty Pleas In Ed. Agency Fraud Case
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Maine Laptop Push Advances, But Eyed for Cuts
Ed. Dept. Hints Idaho's Novel Testing Plan Unacceptable
Researchers, Under Congressional Glare, Trumpet Progress
Districts Starting to Loosen Student Travel Bans
Tangled in Politics, Statistics Position Remains in Limbo
Turf Wars: A New Synthetic-Grass Product Takes the Field
Study: Urban School Chiefs' Tenure Is 4.6 Years
Business Group's Report Advocates 'Preschool for All'
Last N.Y.C. Schools Reopening Near Attack Site
Education Only a Cameo In State of the Union
Supreme Court Justice Initiates A National Civics Lesson
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New York City Local Board Elections Postponed
Survey's Sexuality Questions Anger Elementary Parents
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Controversy Surrounds Release Of Maryland Test Results
Revenue Shortfall Prompts Big School Cuts in California
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Board to Close Fla. 'Voucher' School
Liability Insurance's Skyrocketing Costs Confound Districts
New Law Lets Students Opt Out of NAEP
A Changed Student Body
Connections, Savvy Give Some Community Groups a Head Start On School Contracts
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Razing Objections
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Cato Institute Launches New Center To Support School Choice Efforts
State Board Members Must Assert Leadership on Diversity, Group Says
Administrative Spending Outpaces Teacher Salaries, Mich. Study Says
Critics Question Fairness of Ind. Graduation-Retesting Policy
Bush Budget: Modest Growth, Fewer Programs
Federal Spending Burst Nudges Up Uncle Sam's Share
Early-Childhood-Education Advocates Say President's Budget Fails to Meet His Rhetoric
Opening Bid
Bush Budget Scorecard
Technology Programs In and Out Of Ed. Dept. Take Big Hit in Budget
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Citing Deficit, Governor Now Proposes Wis. Delay Exam
Texas Science Teachers Fear Losing Clout, Resources Along With State's 8th Grade Test
Achievements in Education Give Southern States Reasons to Brag
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Criminal Charges Filed Against School Board For Its Closed Meetings
Rift Over Schools Chief Leads Md. to Intervene
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Teen Drug Use and Terror Linked In Television Spots
Experts Map Physical-Activity Guidelines for Young Set
Florida Breaking Down Walls Between K-12, Higher Ed.
Bush Proposal: Give Tax Credit for K-12 Tuition
The Road to Washington
Restructuring American Education
The Circumference of a Circle
Honey and Ashes
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Study: Mexicans Likelier to Enroll If They Arrive Early in U.S.
Schools in Argentina Reeling From Collapse of Economy
High Court High Noon
Test-Based Accountability: Making It Work Better
Turning Education's Rhetoric Into Reality
Ballroom Is Cool
Research: Researching the Researchers
Clued In: How to Look For Potential Biases
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History of Math Instruction Retold Through New Smithsonian Exhibit
Seattle Parents Paying for All-Day Kindergarten
NEA: Local Schools Must Address Safety of Gays
Report Fuels Debate Over Risk From School Bus Fumes
Forecast for IDEA Restructuring: Not This Year
Group Chides Bush on Civil Rights; Highlights Inequities
Leading Democrats Say Bush Budget Proposal Breaks Faith On ESEA
States Reviewing Mandatory-Attendance Age
Gov. Kitzhaber, Lawmakers At Odds Over School Funds
Quarterly Blues
Concentration on Reading, Math Troubles Social Studies Educators
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Vandals Target School Technology Items
Scholars Critique Advanced Classes In Math, Science
A 'Proficient' Score Depends on Geography
Some Educators See Reading Rules as Too Restrictive
Educating High Achievers
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Still in the Red, Edison Now Hit With Case of 'Enron-itis'
Bush's Program Turning the Pages To Emphasize Early Reading Help
Taxes, Budgets, and Education
Tools of the Trade
The 10-Step Solution
Remembering Al Shanker
Powerful Reforms With Shallow Roots
A Legacy Deferred
New Student-Survey Policy Worries Some Researchers
The Artistry of Getting Parents More Involved
Budget Negotiations Hit Impasse In the Miami-Dade Schools
Voucher Plans' Test Data Yield Puzzling Trends
Education Leader, Citizens' Advocate, And Professor John W. Gardner Dies
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Capital Programs Retrench After Terror Attacks
Smaller Classes Under Scrutiny in Calif. Schools
A School Choice For the Supreme Court
Peer Grading Passes Muster, Justices Agree
The Court's Verdict
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Statements to School Counselor Not Protected, Mich. Court Rules
States Find No Easy Solutions For Budget Woes
McGreevey Creates Panel To Iron Out Abbott Wrinkles
Audit Spurs Drive to Revamp Ohio's Charter School System
State of the States
Michigan Board Vote Ends Battle On Spec. Ed. Regulations
Demystifying ESEA: Companies See Opportunity
Secretaries' Day: Agency Heads Mull State of Education
Supreme Court's Voucher Showdown Draws Hundreds To Witness History
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