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Magazine articles on education and school administration grades K-12.
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September 3, 2002
Arianna Huffington
Back to school Liberals champion reform of America's broken healthcare system, but resist change in America's schools. mark for My Articles 138 similar articles
September 3, 2002
Tresa McBee
When Separate Can Be Equal -- and Better A look at the advantages of single-sex schools, and the barrier of providing "comparable" opportunities for both sexes. mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
IDB America
July 2002
Claudia Neira
A Mayan with a vision of the future Tomas Alonzo Quisque, a primary education teacher and president of the San Jacinto's development committee, is working to narrow Guatemala's vast urban-rural social and economic divide through computers. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Mother Jones
Jul/Aug 2002
Dan Oko
Rewriting Texas Texts Texas conservatives are aiming to revise their state's schoolbooks -- and teach a lesson to publishers nationwide. mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
July 12, 2002
Janelle Brown
L is for lawsuit Angry that little Johnny flunked, increasing numbers of parents are suing teachers. mark for My Articles 811 similar articles
July 2002
Brian Doherty
Great White Choice Many Americans cry out for Canadian-style state-financed and state-managed health care. But they might instead consider importing the Canadian approach to school choice. The experience of our neighbors to the north may point the way toward a future of better performance by poor students. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
July 2002
Jerry Jesness
Stand and Deliver Revisited The untold story behind the famous rise -- and shameful fall -- of Jaime Escalante, America's master math teacher. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
June 28, 2002
Janelle Brown
When the drug war invades the chess club ACLU lawyer Graham Boyd discusses the impact of Thursday's Supreme Court decision to allow drug testing of students who participate in extracurricular school activities. mark for My Articles 463 similar articles
June 25, 2002
Susan Straight
Flour power The authorities have decided that hauling around sacks of flour will teach middle schoolers not to get pregnant. My daughter and I think it's a half-baked idea. mark for My Articles 119 similar articles
June 15, 2002
Eric Berkman
IT Saves School In the fall of 2000, George Westinghouse High School in Brooklyn, a drug-and-violence-ridden urban school, reinvented itself as "IT High." Now, more than a year later, this transformation has saved a school and helped prepare the next generation of IT leaders. mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
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