The Little Scientists
Justin's Genius
Extracurricular Drug Testing
Senate Panel Examines Ed. Department Efforts To Enforce New ESEA
Back in Court, Sheff Plaintiffs Say Conn. Integration Lacking
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
New Orleans Soliciting Businesses For Bonuses
Partnerships & Philanthropy
Texas College to Require Education Students to Buy Laptops
S.D. District Sued Over At-Large Election System
Computer Science Attracting Fewer Applicants
Court Mulls Who Can Sue Under Privacy Law
Lawmakers, White House At Odds Over Pell Grant Hike
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Gov. Dean Questions Wisdom Of Accepting ESEA Money
Scoring Backlogs, Paperwork Problems Accompany New GED
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Mich. May Intervene In Inkster-Edison Standoff
EPA Pushing Improved Air Quality in Schools
Top Contenders Withdraw From Portland Search
Math the Saxon Way Is Catching On
Environmental Guidelines
Bill Seeks Timely Supply Of Textbooks for Visually Impaired
Pell Grant Growth
People in the News
Federal File
State Journal
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Student Travel Business On the Rebound
N.H. Court: Accountability A Constitutional Duty
States Unclear On ESEA Rules About Reading
Hunt Institute to Tutor Governors On Education
Music Educators Find Internet's Digital Tunes Enrich Their Teaching
Lawmaker Wages Lonely Crusade To Improve Studies
Report Claims Child-Care Workers Have Been Largely 'Undercounted'
Report Finds Tax Policy Takes Toll On State Aid for Michigan Schools
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Galileo's Dilemma
The Limits of Peer Review
The Age of Impatience
When Standardization Replaces Innovation
Congress: Too Many Cooks Oversee Food Safety
Bush Proposal Stokes Student-Aid Spat With Democrats
Court Says Seniority Overrides ADA Moves in Most Cases
Calif. Board Picks ETS To Run Testing Program
Capitol Recap
Foundations Urged to Make Sure No Parents Are Left Behind
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Vote to Award Diplomas Defies State Testing Policy
N.Y.C. Students Suffer Post- Sept. 11 Trauma, Study Finds
Assessment Help for Teachers On Way
Research Bill Clears House Without Fuss
Highlights of House Research Bill
Medicaid-Ready States
New York, Meanwhile, May Have to Repay Medicaid Money
A Delicate Balance
Impact of Income-Tax Breaks
People in the News
Children & Families
Federal File
State Journal
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Voters Want K-12 Budgets Protected
Arizona Debates Moratorium On Vocational Districts
'Nation's Newspaper' Moves Into Math Texts
Calif. School Sets Own Path on Achievement Gaps
Medicaid Money Goes Untapped By Many Schools
Behind the Scenes
School Choice Trade-Offs
School Board Poll Finds Turmoil Isn't Common
School Boards and Superintendents
Rules for Accrediting Early-Childhood Programs Revisited
Weather Wreaks Havoc On Some Schools
Milwaukee Board Tips In Favor of Vouchers
Teaching & Learning
Standard & Poor's Studies School Spending in Pennsylvania
Fla.'s New Code Drops Requirement For Principal Licenses
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Department Aims to Promote Single-Sex Schools
New York Schools, U.S. Officials At Odds Over 9/11 Aid
Capitol Recap
Fla. Lawmakers End Impasse On K-20 Guidelines
Casey, Rendell Rhetoric Hot In Pa. Democratic Primary
Critical Study of NBPTS Spurs State Advisory Group to Act
Education Issues High On the U.N.'s Agenda For Session on Children
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Teacher Probed for Role In Anti-Testing Activity
Calif. District: Talk Career Talk Or No Graduation Walk
Apple Struggles to Regain Share Of School Market
U.S. History Again Stumps Senior Class
N.Y. District Braces For State Takeover
Pa. Tutoring Effort Could Foreshadow ESEA Results
Civil War Savvy
Honors & Awards
People in the News
Urban Education
Federal File
State Journal
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What's Public About Charter Schools?
Report Says E-Learning Redefining K-12 Education
Classroom Microphones Make Voices Louder, Clearer
Up Close and Personal
Family Matters
That Elusive Spark
Why Do We Read?
Special Education's Orbit
Miami-Dade Board OKs Tougher Ethics Policies
Seattle Student Survey's Race Questions Stir Controversy
Arts Programs Enhance Some Skills, Study Says
Textbook Publishers Venture Into Staff-Development Frontier
State Candidates Fine-Tune School Rhetoric for Fall Runs
Court Leaves Future of Online-Protection Law Uncertain
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Graduation Rates Up for Spec. Ed. Students, Report Says
As Deficit Mounts, Davis Tries To Spare Schools
Illinois Bill Stiffens Testing Rules For Aspiring Teachers
Capitol Recap
NAACP Threatening States That Lack School Equity Plans
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Research Underscores Need For Tough Courses
Science Standards Have Yet To Seep Into Class, Panel Says
Edison Reels Amid Flurry Of Bad News
Across the Atlantic, Europeans Take Different Approach to School Safety
Broad Effort to Mix Students by Wealth Under Fire in N.C.
Private Management
U.S. Agencies Release Details From School Violence Research
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Contests for Governor
State Responses to NAACP Call
New in Print
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People in the News
Federal File
State Journal
Close Up: Candidates' Votes Count With Public
Ed. Dept. Weighs Changing Blue Ribbon Program
Businesses Flock To Charter Frontier
Charters in Some Cities Attract Students From Catholic Schools
Millionaire Industrialist Touts 'White Hat' Firm To Build Charter Model
Appeals Court Allows Use of Race In Michigan Law School Admissions
Web-Based Learning: But the Prom Will Not Be Webcast
A Charter School Decade
A Hero of Education
Board Acts to Bring NAEP In Line With ESEA
Senators Float Grant Program To Boost Early Learning
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Child-Care Funding Becomes Hot Issue in Welfare Debates
Proposal to Shore Up Pell Grant Program Advances on Capitol Hill
Pa. May Add State Test Scores to Transcripts
Ark. Poised to Again Require Minimum GPA for Sports
Capitol Recap
New in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
With State Budget Overdue, Ky. Districts Prepare for Worst
Angry Teachers Abandoning Boston's City on a Hill Charter
Concerned About Costs, Some Schools Pull Plugs From Swimming Pools
Lethal School Shootings Resemble Workplace Rampages, Report Says
Detachment Starts in Middle School, Study Finds
Students to Investigate Causes For Achievement Gaps
College Students Strain to Cover Rising Tuition at Public Institutions
Cincinnati Teachers Rebuff Performance Pay
EEOC Directs Ohio Union To Modify 'Agency Fee' Rules
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Edison: More Schools in Fall, Investors in Wings
Shut Charters Leave Families Revising Plans
More Districts Hiring D.C. Lobbying Firms
Digging Deeper for College
Federal File
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People in the News
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High Tech Haven
Eastern Europe Pressured To Integrate Roma Students
National Survey Puts ADHD Incidence Near 7 Percent
States Testing Computer-Scored Essays
Novice Principals Put Huge Strain on N.Y.C. Schools
Web-Based Learning
Web-Based Learning: Much to Gain, And Many Barriers