D.C. Vouchers: Idea Whose Time Has Come?
GOP Lawmakers Warn Of Enhanced Higher Ed. Role
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Lawmakers Pursue Flexible Text Selection
Textbook Tradition
Different Methods
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Capitol Recap
Type of Tests
Study Relates Cautionary Tale Of Misusing Data
Ohio Program Honored for Increasing Access to College
Work Partly Accomplished, Benefactors Exit Middle Grades
Report Roundup
Anti-Censorship Tool Would Evade Porn Filters
Satisfaction With Schools Differs By Race
Miami-Dade Teachers Deserting Troubled Union
News in Brief: A National Roundup
N.Y.C. Mayor's Strategy for Schools Is Drawing Flak

Catholic School Closures On Increase
Twisters Wreak Havoc On Schools, Year-End Work
After-School Report Called Into Question
Jencks Reassessed, One Career Later
A Way Up North
Different Methods
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Early Years
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New in Print
Study: Formulas Yield Widely Varied Graduation Rates
Education Philanthropy Does Little Traveling Abroad
N.Y. Irons Out Details Of Buffalo School Construction Blitz
GAO Says Costs for State Tests All in How Questions Asked
Racial Gaps Found to Persist In Public's Opinion of Schools
Online Learning Fills Void in Nations Coping With SARS
Romer Raises Stakes In L.A. Charter Fight
Analysis Calls Phonics Findings Into Question
Calif. Shelves Bid For More Charter Sponsors
'Transaction Costs' and the IDEA
High School Carmakers Build Electric 'Green' Machines
Making Citizens Out of Students
Scheduling Choice
States Can't Resist Education Trust Accounts
Bush Sends Florida Lawmakers Back to Capitol
Once 'Sacred,' School Aid Falls Prey to Budget Cuts, NCSL Report Finds
Fiscal 2003 State Budget Gaps
Amazon Faulted on Child Privacy
Education Groups Seek More Federal Funds For High Schools
Video Links Ease Way For Transferring Students
News in Brief: A National Roundup
School Oil Wells Cause Beverly Hills Willies
District Takes 'Moonlighting' To New Level
No Easy Answers for Schools In Misconduct Inquiries
Special Forces
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Rewrite of Spec. Ed. Law Passes the House
Forum Invokes Heroes To Help Students Learn History
House IDEA Highlights
Tenn. Seeks to Use Student Tests to Show Teacher Quality
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
SARS Fears Prompt Many Schools to Cancel Student Trips to Toronto
Private Schools
Blacks Apply, But Unlikely To Win Certification
California Schools Experiment With Deletion of D's
Budget Crises Lead To Delays for Technology
Authorities Raid Teachers' Union in Miami-Dade
Family Heals After Teacher-Student Relationship
Rocket Kids
The Principalship? No Thanks.
The 'Trilemma' Dysfunction
Where Have All The Reading Groups Gone?
Private Schools Pushing For IDEA Changes
NAEP Board Wants To Reduce Background Queries
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Pre-K Vouchers Are A Hit With La. Parents
Researcher Warns States Of Ballooning ESEA Costs
Tennessee's One-Stop E-Rate Shop Faces Federal Scrutiny
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Florida's New K-12 Chancellor Hits Right Note
Philanthropy Update
Age Discrimination at Issue In Florida
Reporter's Notebook
L.A. Preschool Effort Preparing For 2004 Launch
Two Studies Highlight Links Between Violence, Bullying by Students
Bullying and Behavior
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Teacher Prep, Reading Skills Tied Together
N.J. State Board Reappoints Newark Schools Chief
'Community Schools' Earn Plaudits, But Face Perils
In Some Southern Towns, Prom Night a Black-or-White Affair
Building Community Schools
Honors & Awards
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Children & Families
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No Minimum Age in Protests Against Funding Cuts
Weather Stations Given Homeland-Security Role
Vallas' Big Plans Raise New Hope for Philadelphia
Vanishing Heritage
Granville Village School
Glen Martin Elementary
Shaw Island Elementary
Norden Public School
International Knowledge: Let's Close the Gap
'A New Order of Things'
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Capitol Recap
Tight Job Scene Means Applicants Need More Than K-12 Education
Teenagers Seeking Jobs Facing Long, Not-So-Hot Summer
St. Louis Eyes Private Manager To Run Schools
NAEP Exclusion Rates Continue To Bedevil Policymakers
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Average Teacher Pay Skews School Budgets
Foundations' Gift to Help Expand 'Cristo Rey' Model

Court Takes Case Seen as Voucher Sequel
Department Levies $783,000 Title I Penalty on Ga.
Head Start Bill Jump-Starts Debate On Program's Future
Ala. Governor Urges Tax Hike To Stem Crisis
First Session a Mixed Bag For Georgia's Gov. Perdue
NSF Commits $20 Million to 'Science of Learning' Projects
Teaching & Learning
Once Called Unrealistic, 'Charter Districts' Attract Attention
Einstein Out as Pa. Shuffles 'Cyber Charter' Lineup
Misbehavior Off Campus Raises Issues
Ed. Dept. Invests $500,000 In Team to Tout Its Agenda
Plans to Alter ERIC Set Off Alarms
Disabled by Paperwork?
The ERIC Clearinghouses
Average Teacher Salaries in Baltimore County, Md.
One-Teacher Schools
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Ohio Court Declares End To DeRolph School Funding Case
U.S. Institutions Help Shape Education in Islamic World
Nonprofit ETS Making Quick Surge Into K-12 Market
Technology Counts 2003