July 23, 2004 Edition

This Week In NCLB:
One girl's struggle to find a future
Many Qualify, Few Take School Transfers
New York City Will Limit Chance To Leave Failing Schools
What Next for NCLB Center on Education Policy Forum
Special-education students struggle to pass state exams
Teacher Standards Held For Some Schools
A lesson plan for 'failing' schools
Schools not rural
Tom Carroll: N.Y.'s Schools-Fix Folly
Schools act gets high marks at NCLB summit
No Child Left Behind law at a glance
Bridging the Gap Between Poor and Privileged
A Special Case
Additional Assistance and Better Coordination Needed among Education Offices to Help States Meet the NCLBA Teacher Requirements

Campaign 2004:
Kerry Promises Teachers Major Spending
Hot for Teachers
Paige Given Prime Slot At the GOP Convention
A Look to Your Left
Yes, the Education President
Kerry, Edwards Share Education Policy Aims
Veteran union leader to head AFT
Kerry Promises No Dollar Left Behind.
University of Ore. education professors influence Bush

New and Notable:
Large schools have their advantages
When Students Are in Flux, Schools Are in Crisis
U.S. Children Are Safer, Healthier
Using AP Tests to Rate Teachers
OPINION: The Junk Food Industry Often Rules The School
Public Schools' Bids for Private Money Raise Questions
A Tale of Two Schools: Reading Instruction

Around Chicago:
Votes questioned at challengers' schools
Schools seek to boost diversity of magnets
Schools awarded after-school funds
Charter schools plan rapped by CTU's Lynch
Chicago Public Schools To Get Naval High School
15 districts defensive over charter school plan
Marathon on budget in last leg
Opinion: Education choice
Daley funding 3 schools with TIF cash
Navy junior ROTC school to open in 2005: Daley
Schools land grants for after-school programs
Millions in budget for schools

School Life:
Council causes outrage by keeping children's bowling scores secret
Big back-to-school bucks
The Kids Are All Right
Duke Passes Out iPods For Educational Use
No Child Left On Their Behind


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