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Articles from NEA Today (March 1, 2001)

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`We're all together now': in one Colorado district, teachers and ESP unite in the same NEA local affiliate. The payoffs: added respect and even better work with kids. (News). Jehlen, Alain 1067
120-minute club. (Idea Exchange). Swider, Louise Brief Article 134
A Better Balance: Standards. Tests, And The Tools To Succeed--The Quality Counts 2001 Report From Education Week. (Test for America). Jehlen, Alain Brief Article 513
A giving spirit. (Team Player). Brief Article 475
A longer school year? (Letters). Brief Article 376
Books by NEA Members. (Resources). Brief Article 380
Boston public. (Letters). Talmage, Robert 129
By the buttes. (Environmentally Friendly and Educationally Sound). Benson, Rod Brief Article 151
Bytes for beginners. (Tips For The Wired Classroom). Brief Article 297
Calculators in the classroom: teachers figure they're valuable for relating complex problems, not 7 x 8. (Learning). Brief Article 623
Calendar art says `no' to tobacco. (People). 224
Calendar. (Diversity). Brief Article 205
Can't we all just get along? Hoosier teachers and administrators build mutual trust and boost student achievement. (Learning). Winans, Dave Brief Article 706
Channel one. (Letters). 213
Close encounters with Ozzy. (People). Book Review 206
Communicating with charter schools. (Innovators). Brief Article 267
Controversy in class. (Letters). LaCroix, Karyn 141
Do'ers profile: Mike Jette. (News). Brief Article 388
Editor's note. Fischer, Bill 267
Educational priorities? Ask the experts--us! NEA members have a unique opportunity to work with the new President, Congress on legislation. (News). 865
Everything for the arts. (Environmentally Friendly and Educationally Sound). Luchuck, Vickie 119
Find the right funds for your kids' college. (Money). Rowland, Mary Brief Article 775
Free or inexpensive. (Resources). Buyers Guide 1266
From the NEA Health Information Network. (NEAHIN). Brief Article 233
Going the extra mile. (ESP On The Team). Brief Article 291
Heads up from NEA member benefits. (Money). Brief Article 217
Helping new teachers succeed. (Innovators). Brief Article 266
Heroes & zeroes. (News). 256
High stakes tests have a place. (Letters). Ukrainec, Donald 167
How I did it. (Learning). Volpe, Lawrence Brief Article 358
How to ... use poetry in the classroom. (Reading). Brief Article 249
Louisianans tie yellow ribbons. (Kudos To ...). Brief Article 303
Major Shakespeare. (People). Brief Article 218
Maryland teacher is NFL's first pick: one teacher's commitment to student athletes pays off with a new title: NFL Teacher of the year. (People). Gomez, Dina S. Brief Article 456
NEA's five legislative priorities for the 107th congress. (News). Brief Article 398
New teachers and social justice: noted educator and writer Herbert Kohl has created a teacher prep program that harnesses the energy of young teachers who want to do good in the world. (Interview). Gomez, Dina S. Brief Article 922
No more `what's for lunch?' (Innovators). Brief Article 241
Not all can read. (Letters). Rydeen, Patricia 101
Putting teachers in charge of training: a summer academy `for teachers, by teachers'. (Innovators). Brief Article 304
Quick tip. (Health & Fitness). Brune, Cindy 126
Raising the floor: in many public schools, children receive a top-notch education. Sadly, in others, student achievement is low. We intend to change that. (President's viewpoint). Chase, Bob 520
Reading for the record: imagine a community so focused on reading that it might just break a Guinness World Record. (Reading). Gomez, Dina S. Brief Article 430
Research on water. (Environmentally Friendly and Educationally Sound). Lawrence, Laurie 161
Resources. (ESP On The Team). Brief Article 300
Rural education gets squeezed: big problems are cropping up for small schools in the country. (Inside Scoop). Jehlen, Alain Brief Article 965
Should cell phones and pagers be allowed in school? (Debate). Washburn, Gail; Mack, Don Brief Article 1126
Speaking the truth, battling consequences: when her school district retaliated after Louise Kolb backed a parent, Kolb fought back and won. (News). 1272
Special needs kids run program with star power: Minnesota paraeducator helps special ed students run local movie theater. (Teamwork). Brief Article 551
Squeezing fitness into your busy day. (Health & Fitness). Gomez, Dina S. Brief Article 512
Standing up to anti-semitism: the Justice Department backs a Michigan teacher in a landmark religious harassment case. (Rights Watch). Chmielewski, Cynthia M. Brief Article 798
Teacher Evaluation and Student Achievement. (New from the NEA professional Library). Brief Article 200
Testing. (Letters). Edwards, Michael 168
The bottom line. (News). Brief Article 821
The wireless revolution: with a laptop for every student and teacher, Pennsylvania's Latrobe Junior High is virtually mobilized for success. (Cover Story). Green, Michelle Y. 2311
They've got (lots of) mail. (People). Brief Article 237
Thrifty educator. (Money). 208
Time to say goodbye ... for a while: after seven years in the classroom, this California teacher decided to try writing, something she'd wanted to do since high school. The hard part was telling her students. (My Turn). Levy-Prewitt, Joanne 686
TV tips. (Resources). 1269
Voice strain. (Letters). 305
Web winners. (Resources). Brief Article 247
What do you do when students' late work hours affect their studies? (Dilemma). Brief Article 610
What do you do with colleagues who constantly put down good ideas? (Dilemma). Brief Article 464
When kids don't have a straight answer. (Health & Fitness). Sathrum, Paul Brief Article 966
Zapping Indian stereotypes. (Innovators). Brief Article 286

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