February 2001

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Vol. 12, Issue 05

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If schools don't change, will new technology matter?
  • Gathering Blue
  • Basho and the Fox
  • The Brave Little Tailor
  • The Sign Painter
  • Many Stones
  • Hurry Freedom
  • Matilda Bone
As accountability pressures grow, parents and students are evaluating teachers. But do they know best?
Using the Web to ensnare plagiarists.
Preparing whiz-kid competitors for the Intel science fair.
For 25 years, Deborah Roffman has argued, on paper and in class, that sex ed should be an open book.
Many schools are pulling the plug on Macintoshes. But Apple-loving teachers are fighting back.
A tuition-free school is bringing troubled teens to a quiet campus in Colorado for an inward journey and, just possibly, an elevated perspective.
A New York teacher and writer travels to a teachers' conference in Pakistan, and comes back with a profoundly changed view of the world—and his work.
While teaching inmates how to write, author Robert Ellis Gordon stressed that less is more. A child molester resoundingly proved his point.
Confessions of an English teacher with an attack agenda.
A year in the life of Berkley High. Plus: After Columbine.
How a dirty ditty almost undid a kindergarten teacher.