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More Errors Are Seen In the Scoring of Tests, Boston Researchers Say
Cleveland Voucher Aid No Panacea For Hard-Pressed Catholic Schools
Head Start Imbroglio a Struggle For Hearts, Minds, Votes
New Union Administrator Cuts Jobs, Salaries
Dallas Schools Released From Court Oversight
Grand Jury Faults Calif. District On Bilingual Education
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Pact Preserves N.Y.C.'s 32 Subdistrict Offices
Judge Upholds Racial Balancing By Mass. District
Discipline Split at Heart Of IDEA Overhaul Debate
All States Get Federal Nod on Key Plans
Bioterrorism a New Topic In Science Class
Congress to Probe Teacher Ed. Group and Its President
Education Department Accepts Variety of Strategies
Teaching Aids on Bioterrorism
Testing Errors
Dropout Variables
In His Own Words
Reading Between the Lines
Senate's IDEA Bill Absent House's Discipline, IEP Changes
Department Begins Work On National Ed. Technology Plan
Accountability the Main Goal For Miss. Superintendent
Researcher Insists N.Y.C. Vouchers Benefit Black Students
Survey Says Parents Using Fla. 'McKay' Vouchers Satisfied
Reports Spotlight Latino Dropout Rates, College Attendance
Juggling Accountabilities
The Orwell Connection
Teacher Boot Camp
Boys in Formation
Lerner's Writings Raise Objectivity Concerns
If A, Then B? Showcase Web Chart Open to Question
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Study Offers Support for Bill Hiking Foundations' Giving
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
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U.S., Iraqi Teens Discuss Aftermath of War
NAEP Reading Scores: Progress Mixed With Decline
Supreme Court Endorses Race-Conscious Admissions, With Limits
Supreme Court on Race and Admissions: Reactions and Resources
Trickle-Down Obfuscation
A Blessing in Disguise
Staying Power
States Say They're Following Prayer Proviso
GOP Bill Aims to Produce Better-Qualified Teachers
Proposal on Teachers
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Fla. Lawmakers Pave Way For Smaller Classes
States Mull Pros and Cons Of New Federal Tax Law
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
Capitol Recap
New Alaska Schools Chief To Tackle Federal Policies
NEA, Overseas Unions Share Similar Concerns
L.A. Board Votes to Complete Troubled Belmont Complex
Small-Schools Backers Wary Of Oakland Shifts
Teachers' Pets Are Not Everybody's Favorites
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Two Oregon Towns: Two Views on Taxes
Debate Heating Up On How to Lure Top-Notch Principals
State Budgets Push Community Colleges to Rebuff Students
Tainted Food on the Rise In Cafeterias
New Views on School Leaders
Washing Hands Is Key For Food Safety
Teachers' Views on Unions
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New Web Tool Calculates Costs Of School Computer Networks
San Francisco Assignment Rules Anger Parents
Online Master's Program For Teachers Shows Promise
Survey Finds Teachers Supportive of Unions
Ed. Dept's No. 2 Official Announces Resignation
Leaving No Child Behind
The Buffy Factor
Students Grading Us?
Money Troubles
Department's No. 2 Official Stepping Down
News in Brief: A Washington Roundup
Capitol Recap
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Teachers' Union to Require Audits of Locals in Arrears
School Safety Reports Get a Closer Look in Ga.
Panel Wants Higher Profile For Federal Civil Rights Data
News in Brief: A National Roundup
Veteran Administrator Tapped for Oakland
Vallas Backs Off Plan To Cut School Managers' Fees
Irradiation Choice for Lunches Now a District Matter
PTA Seeks to Raise Number of Hispanic Members
Irradiation Basics
News in Brief: A State Capitals Roundup
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Grading the Chartering Organizations
Agency Signals Flexibility For Rural Districts
First-in-Technology Boasts Are Debatable
Report Examines 'Authorizers' of Charter Schools
Home Schoolers Add Twist To Traditional Graduation Fete
Study: Full-Day Kindergarten Boosts Reading Achievement
A School's Online Microscope Project Spans 2,400 Miles
Popular Licensing Exam To Get Solo Cutoff Score
Religious Study Confronts U.S. in Iraq
Florida Raises Cyber School's Fiscal Status