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Adrienne D. Coles

September 6, 2000 – Education Week
 Heeding the call for greater accuracy in its members' products, the Association of American Publishers has created a way for teachers and students to alert publishers online to possible errors.

April 2, 1997 – Education Week
 The initiative of one elementary school in Oxon Hill, Md., to address the needs of students during the out-of-school hours has improved student performance and increased parent involvement.

May 22, 1996 – Education Week
 

March 13, 1996 – Education Week
 Seventh graders at Jaffrey-Rindge Middle School in Jaffrey, N.H., are rallying round the frog.

October 25, 1995 – Education Week
 For three busloads of high school boys from Camden, N.J., traveling to the Million Man March here last week was a chance to live something that another generation likely will read about in a history textbook.

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