December 2005 Archives

How should charters be monitored—and who should determine their fate?


Will the recent ruling on intelligent design in Pennsylvania set the precedent for similar cases in other districts—and does it accurately reflect the views of the American people?


Under the No Child Left Behind Act, school districts that receive federal funding are required to give military recruiters student directory information. Should recruitment efforts be more closely regulated?


While possession of illegal drugs by students typically gets more headlines and elicits more concern, abuse of legal drugs is a very real problem in schools—a problem that often flies under the radar and is difficult for officials to regulate.


How can members of the school community constructively combat bullying and intimidation of gay and other students outside the norm?


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