Utah Lawmaker to Fight NCLB Law
Arizona Superintendent Seeks Shift in Tutoring Aid
Iowa Governor Appoints New Education Chief
Florida Finance Lawsuit Splits School Districts
Maryland Social Studies
Senate Confirms Special Ed. Nominee
House Approves Grants for History Academies
GAO Will Examine Education Dept. Grants
Federal Officials Answer Complaints
Mentoring Milestone
Insurance Debate
Black Males Lagging on Graduation Rates
Teenagers Shot Outside Philadelphia High School
Robberies of Students’ Laptops Bedevil Police in Florida Town
Center on Education Policy Set to Expand Work Tracking NCLB
Accused Wis. Teacher’s Records Must be Released, Court Rules
Miami-Dade Schools Chief Challenges Use of Stun Guns on Students
Michigan Athletic Association to Appeal Ruling on Girls’ Sports
Poison Cake
Obituary: Expert on Children’s Literature Dies
State Chiefs Discuss Global Competition, High School Reform
Girls' Achievement
School Breakfasts
College Persistence
'Fordham Prizes for Excellence' Winners
California Flu Warnings
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Tight Budgets Prompt More Talk Than Action on Teacher-Pay Plans
Pa. School Officials, Science Groups Split Over New Biology Curriculum
NCLB Law Bestows Bounty on Test Industry
Faking It Won’t Make It in Science
2005 Budget Drops Below Bush Request
Table: Education Dollars
Reauthorized IDEA Could Shift Power to School Districts
Overview: The New IDEA
Charts: A Bull Market
States Writing Penalty Clauses Into Testing Contracts
Web Searches Often Overwhelm Young Researchers
Congress Gets an Incomplete on 3 Major Education Bills
Edison School in Phila. Faces Safety Concerns
The Education of Roy Romer
Chart: Under His Watch
Latino Advocates Help New Members Prepare for School Board Roles
Pa. Senator’s Residency at Issue in Charter Row
Rethinking Time
Unfit to Learn
Down With Detention!
Federal Report Examines Charter Schools
Table: How Much Freedom From the Rules?
State Aid, Enrollment for Preschool Climb
N.J. Panel to Weigh In on Constitutional Convention
Education Dept.’s Exit Door May Open Soon
School Choice Advocates Worried About Spellings
Detroit Schools Facing Massive Cuts, Layoffs
Students of National-Board Teachers Gain Slight Edge
Chart: Location, Location, Location
Fixing Teacher Education While Improving Teaching
Reader Helps Clarify Constitutional Issue
Protect Research From Devolving Into Ideology
Ambivalence About Education Bodes Ill
Standardized Science
Professor to Test Cash Incentives
Conn. Chief Seeks Help for 8 Schools
N.H. Governor Selects New Schools Chief
Report: Eight States Raised Taxes in 2004
Illinois Takes More Time to Issue Report Cards
Texas Grant Program Runs Out of Funds
Conn. School Aid Study
Washington Governor
Oprah’s Early Christmas
Arts Educator Wins Prestigious Award
L.A. Groups Sue School District Over Ambassador
N.Y. District Loses Appeal of Lawsuit Over Dodge
Ethics Panel Clears Schools Chief of Prince George's County, Md.
NAACP Leader Resigns
Union Helps With Homework
Corporal Punishment Banned
Obituary: Top U.S. Education Adviser in Iraq Slain
Deborah A. Childs-Bowen
The Old Pork Ball Game
Violence-Prevention Grant Is Awarded
Department Outlines Reform-Grant Priorities
Choice for Agriculture
Science Boss
‘Do You Speak American?’
Winner Declared
Schools See Hikes; Court Case an Issue
N.J. Teachers Get Online Assistance
Slightly Higher Teacher Shortages Reported in 2003-04
Standards Published for Career Academies
8th Graders in Michigan Get Their Motors Running
Accrediting Association Celebrates 50 With 50
Boston Wants Dibs on Catholic Sites
Shake-up Hits Plato Learning
NEA Ranks States On Ed. Spending
Achievement Gaps
Civics Education
Community Colleges
Video-Game Content
Entrepreneur Education
Robert E. Schiller
David T. Kearns and Charles R. Lee
Taking Root
Chart: Making the Grade
Charts: Incentives for Excellence
Chart: ‘Highly Qualifed’ Teachers
Chart: Alternative Qualifications
‘Qualified’ Teachers: A Victory on Paper?
Chart: Testing Over Time
Report Cards Provide More, or Less, Data
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Chart: Persistently Dangerous Schools
Ohio Urban Districts Outpace State Test Gains
Some Mass. Cities Show Success With Spec. Ed. Students
Judge’s Ruling Cites Flaws in Texas’ School Finance System
Suppose There Were a World Bank for American Education ...
Outsourcing the Tutor’s Job
KIPP Tapped to Run Failing Denver School
Abstinence-Only Curricula Misleading, Report Says
New Research Shows Some Math Practices Help Minority Pupils
San Diego Reforms’ Future Depends on Board
College Board to Add Japanese to Language Offerings
Justices Hear Case on Title IX Retaliation
Renewed IDEA Targets Minority Overrepresentation
Foundation Tackles Black Males’ School Woes
Professional Groups to Combat Drug Abuse
N.Y.C. Schools Require Billions, Judge Told
Arkansas Facilities Study Sees $2.3 Billion in Needs
School Crime Rate Drops, Federal Report Says
Study: Foster Children Often Trail Their Peers in School
Hickok, Deputy Secretary and ‘Go-To’ Guy, Steps Down
International Study Questions Computers’ Aid in Learning
States on Ropes in Finance Lawsuits
Homeland Security Criticized for Family-Data Guidance
School Finance Litigation
Evangelical Christian Schools See Growth
Panel Urges New System for H.S. Data
Federal Law Spurs Private Companies to Market Tutoring
Table: Stepping Into the Market
Online Tutoring Targeted at Rural Areas
New Player in Online School Market Pursues Profits
Under Budget Bill, Some Students Facing a Reduction in College Aid
Education Spending Affected in Various Parts of 2005 Federal Budget
How to Read Shakespeare or Bus Schedules
Chart: Public Accountability
Grants Awarded
Federal Agencies Team Up to Spotlight Truancy Concerns
What Added 'Value' Is Being Measured?
Governor’s Essay Prompts This ‘Radical’ Proposal
Better Science Instruction Requires Clear Definitions
Why N.J. Urban Districts Need School Choice
More Voices on Teacher Education
Ky. Study Urges Focus on Teacher Quality
Iowa Tax Cuts
President Signs Reauthorized IDEA
International Scores
U.S. Students Fare Poorly in International Math Comparison
Gates Foundation Awards Grants to Expand ‘Early College’ High Schools
U.S. Gets Better Showing on Latest International Math and Science Exam
Federal Charter Study Sparks Heated Debate
NCLB Reading Target to Be Missed, Study Says
Report Cites 'Expectations Gap' in High School Preparation
States Rate Poorly on Ensuring Veteran Teachers Are Qualified