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Magazine article Techniques

In the News

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A quick glance at recent headlines -- and where you can find the complete story

California Will Try to Lure Mich. Teachers

"The Golden State wants to lure away metro Detroit's best teachers with easy out-of-state credentialing, great weather and, of course, money."--Detroit Free Press, August 4, 2001.

To read the full article, visit education/teach4_20010804.htm.

Parents Will Pay if Kids Miss School

"Parents of students chronically absent from Chicago Public Schools would be required to attend parenting classes, undergo counseling or perform up to 30 days of community service, under an anti-truancy crackdown in the works by Mayor Daley's new school regime."--Chicago SunTimes, August 20, 2001.

To read the full article, visit output/news/cst-nws-tru20.html.

Higher-Priced Higher Ed

"Day after hot summer day, Darryl Willie shows up at the North Carolina statehouse in Raleigh, begging law-makers not to chop the higher-education budget and send tuition at his university soaring.

"But many legislators don't have time to talk to the student body president at North Carolina State anymore."--Christian Science Monitor, August 7, 2001.

To read the full article, visit ble/2001/08/07/fp15s1-csm.shtml.

Pentagon, Schools Come First, Bush Says

"President Bush said Monday that the Pentagon and America's schools must be at the head of the line when Congress starts dividing up a shrinking pool of federal money next month."--USA Today, August 21, 2001.

To read the full article, visit /washdc/august01/2001-08-21-bush.htm.

Good Things Come to Those Who Defer

Creative solutions to campus space crunches

"Dartmouth College thought highly enough of Erik and Karl Johnson to admit them early. …

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