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Articles from Education Next (June 22, 2002)

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Bipartisan choolmates: President Bush deserves credit for forging a consensus on federal education policy. But it will all be for naught if the law is not enforced. (Feature). Gorman, Siobhan 3698
Correspondence. 2212
Data vacuum: only larger voucher experiments will yield answers. (Essay Review). Howell, William G. 3880
Enemy of the good: no standardized test is perfect. But they're useful nonetheless. (Forum). McAdams, Donald R. Brief Article 702
Expert measures. (Forum). Summers, Anita A. 1452
In the shadow of terror: life returns to not quite normal at Stuyvesant High. (Education Matters to Me). Krug, Laura Brief Article 642
Monster hype: how a few isolated tragedies-and their supposed causes-were turned into a national "epidemic". (Feature). Best, Joel Statistical Data Included 2716
Sizing up test scores. (Forum). Ballou, Dale Statistical Data Included 2989
Surface wounds: thus far, public schools have hardly noticed competition. (Book Review). Fiske, Edward B. Book Review 2534
Swing state: the downs and ups of accountability in California. Will the state's political leadership stay the course this time around? (Feature). Kirst, Michael W. Statistical Data Included 3627
The business model: value-added analysis is a crucial tool in the accountability toolbox--despite its flaws. (Forum). Greene, Jay P. 2095
The power of peers: how does the makeup of a classroom influence achievement? (Research). Hoxby, Caroline M. Statistical Data Included 4497
Two steps forward? 2002, a year full of promise in education reform. (From the Editors). 661
Unrequited promise: tracing the evolution of New American Schools, from feisty upstart to bulwark of the education establishment. (Research). Mirel, Jeffrey 5637
Vouchers on trail: will the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Zelman end the voucher debate? (Feature). Viteritti, Joseph P. Statistical Data Included 6220
Waiting for utopia: the New York Times education columnist believes in education reform. He just doesn't think it has much to do with schools. (Check the Facts). Murray, David W. 3755

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