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Articles from NEA Today (November 1, 2004)

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'Vote for Change this Election Day'. Weaver, Reg 500
A vintage campaign: John McIntyre isn't one to sit around. Last year, after retiring from teaching, the wine enthusiast landed a job with great perks when he started working at a friend's wine boutique in Sioux Fails, South Dakota. St. Leger, Vanessa Brief Article 209
A voice of their own: Pennsylvania affiliate organizes 3,000 new support professionals. Winans, Dave Advertisement 672
A vote of confidence: despite a constant barrage of attacks that claim American schools are failing, most parents aren't buying it. Brief Article 159
A week to celebrate you! Brief Article 121
An 'A' should be an 'A': families move. Report cards should stay put. Gladden, J. Elizabeth 585
Angry skies: educators join to help colleagues survive the record-breaking storms of 2004. Jehlen, Alain; Winans Dave 1042
Ask the experts. Brief Article 285
Californians confront NCLB. Brief Article 101
Crunk. Brief Article 135
Curtain call: as schools devote more time to reading, writing, and results, arts educators find their disciplines--and their jobs--waiting in the wings. Loschert, Kristen Cover Story 5173
Cyber-cheating: a new generation of cheaters uses modern methods to grab grades. But you can catch them with a combination of high-tech sleuthing and old-fashioned teaching. Flannery, Mary Ellen 1785
Danger! Teachers working: think 'hazardous occupation' and visions of catwalking construction workers and sleep-deprived long-haul truckers come to mind. But educators? Crute, Sheree 978
Diversity calendar. Brief Article 193
Ensuring safe schools. Brief Article 185
EPA alerts schools to Asbestos hazards. Brief Article 119
Feeling stuffed? Brief Article 127
Fighting for kids' civil rights. Brief Article 132
Fostering cultural understanding. Brief Article 134
Get ready for next year with a grant from the NEA Foundation. Brief Article 193
Got elves? Brief Article 145
Grants for tolerance. Brief Article 154
Heads up from NEA member benefits. 408
Homework dodgers. Marfell, Jeannie Brief Article 127
Honoring the diversity of children and books. Brief Article 114
Human and civil rights awards. Brief Article 147
In the mix. Brief Article 102
It's a twister! "The first thing I thought was that I was just so thankful we didn't have any kids in the building at the time," says Phil Severson, reflecting on the tornado that ravaged his school in May. "The second thing I thought was, how the hell am I going to get out of here!". Goodman, Emily Brief Article 265
Jerseyans win pension suit. Brief Article 104
Major mentoring: sink or swim, that's the American way when it comes to learning to teach. Brief Article 161
NASA aerospace enrichment program. Brief Article 167
National Summit on Asian and Pacific Islander issues in education. Brief Article 251
NEA HIN loves education support professionals! Brief Article 111
No strangers in our schools! Brief Article 184
Party nation. Brief Article 134
Partying hard for public education: national effort to raise awareness and spur action a 'whopping' success. Kochuk, Nancy 631
Penalizing retirement. Driscoll, Thomas; Day, Jack Letter to the Editor 195
Postcards from Buster. Brief Article 120
Privatization's pitfalls. King, Joan; Dolan, Robyn; Hansen, Richard Letter to the Editor 251
Saving endangered species. Brief Article 110
Seat belts on buses. Arnold, Dave; Synk, Joe Letter to the Editor 203
Should teachers allow students to use profanity in their writing? 757
Something to say: growing up, Alice Faye Duncan loved to read and write. "I fell in love with the idea of being the next Lorraine Hansberry," she confesses. St. Leger, Vanessa Brief Article 245
Speak up, get involved. Bates, Lynn; Long, Jordana; Jaussi, Andrew Kent Letter to the Editor 427
Strikes begone! Brief Article 105
Surrounded by stories. Book Review 218
Sweet, inspiration. Milloy, Marilyn 381
Test and punish. Brief Article 264
The cash cure-all? Brief Article 196
They gotta have it: remember when kids went off to college with just a few bags and a fat pillow? These days, a deflated bank account is more like it. Brief Article 117
Think calming thoughts. Brief Article 155
Turning the tables: in a twist on the traditional parent-teacher conference, teachers are inviting somebody else to run the show: their students. Flannery, Mary Ellen 1336
Vote 'em out! Educators and parents in a small Wisconsin town decide: enough is enough. Jehlen, Alain 549
Wondering about wanderers. McCormick, Chris; Coleman, Virginia Brief Article 158

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