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Index for Techniques Magazine - Volume 75, Nos. 1-8, January - November-December 2000

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ACADEMIC-VOCATIONAL INTEGRATION
See Applied academics; Service learning

ACCOUNTABILITY
"Department Outlines Evaluation Plan." Jan 00: 6

"Gauging Accountability." May 00: 10

"Goals Panel Goes 0 for 8." Feb 00: 14

"Make a Tool of the Rules," Gary Hoachlander. Feb 00: Supp/1

"Missouri's Tech Director, a Reform Leader, Retires." Feb 00: 5

"Peer Reviews Are a Boon for States Testing New Accountability System." Feb 00: 5

"The Winning Team--It's Priceless." Apr 00: 39

ACCREDITATION AND CERTIFICATION
"Cool Site Comes to HVAC&R Community." Oct 00: 9

"Standards Board Receives Grant." Sep 00: 35

"Surfing for Certification." Oct 00: 46

ADMINISTRATION
"Collaboration: A Buzzword for Wasting Time?" Linda Spink. Nov/Dec 00: 86

Division report. Apr 00: 41

"Glass Ceiling Still Blocks Female Administrators." Jan 00: 8

"Internet Could Save Schools Big Bucks." May 00: 13

"Nation's Schools Struggling to FInd Enough Principals." Nov/Dec 00: 12

"Report: Ease Principals' Burden." Nov/Dec 00: 12

"School Reform Requires Administrative Teamwork." Nov/Dec 00: 10

"Wanted: School Superintendents." Apr 00: 9

ADULT EDUCATION
"Back to School," Richard Greenberg. Mar 00: 14

"Colleges Launch Off-Campus Campuses to Accommodate Adult Working Students." Sep 00: 12

Division report. May 00: 44

"Finding the Funds." Mar 00: 17

"Making It Work," Phaedra Brotherton. Mar 00: 22

"The Way Out," Kelley M. Blassingame. Mar 00: 18

ADVOCACY
See Budget and funding issues

AERONAUTICS AND AEROSPACE
"Aeronautical Summer Academy." May 00: 11

"Flying High," Margaret Litvin. May 00: 32

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
Awards and grants. Feb 00: 14

Division report. Feb 00: 56

"Global Growing and Learning." Feb 00: 16

APPLIED ACADEMICS
See also Service learning

"Academics & Technical Training: A Winning Combination." Sep 00: 10

"Making the Grades," Eric Ries. Jan 00: 16

"SCANS Success Story," Kelley M. Blassingame. Jan 00: 33

APPRENTICESHIPS
"Electrical Cabling Industry Moves to Relieve Worker Shortage." Nov/Dec 00: 8

"More Than Just a Job," Pamela Rebecca Maines. Apr 00: 34

"Open for Business," Marnie Roberts. Apr 00: 18

ASSESSMENT AND TESTING
"Blacks, Hispanics Still Lag on State Achievement Tests." Nov/Dec 00: 77

"Choosing the Right Test," Susan Skripac Camp. Feb 00: Supp/14

"How Assessment Measures Up." Feb 00: Supp/12

"Make a Tool of the Rules," Gary Hoachlander. Feb 00: Supp/1

"One Size Fits All?" Feb 00: Supp/6

"SAT Math Scores Reach Record High." Nov/Dec 00: 15

AT-RISK STUDENTS
Awards and grants. Mar 00: 11

"College Freshmen Hang In--for a While." Apr 00: 10

"Military Seeks New Recruits." Apr 00: 8

AVERY, CHARLES W.
"You Can Speak and Write About Anything" (with Kay Beth Avery). Nov/Dec 00: 30

AVERY, KAY BETH
"You Can Speak and Write About Anything" (with Charles W. Avery). Nov/Dec 00: 30

AWARDS, GRANTS, CALLS FOR PROPOSALS
"Bank on Training Through ITAs." May 00: 11

"Bill Gates Sponsors Minority Scholarship." Jan 00: 12

"Clinton Proposes Computer Security Scholarships." Mar 00: 13

"Good Samaritan Sends 19 Kids to College," Kelley M. Blassingame. Feb 00: 55

"H-1B Grants to Ease Tech Worker Shortage." Oct 00: 6

"McDonald's to Sponsor ACTE Awards." Nov/Dec 00: 6

"The Newest New American High Schools." Jan 00: 9

"Professional Post." Jan 00: 11; Feb 00: 14; Mar 00: 11; Apr 00:

11; May 00: 11; Sep 00: 34; Oct 00: 46

"Standards Board Receives Grant." Sep 00: 35

"The Winners' Circle," Julie Cahill. Apr 00: 36

"Young Inventors Honored by Bob Vila." Jan 00: 10

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BLASSINGAME, KELLEY M.
"A Cultural Mosaic." Feb 00: 22

Division reports. Jan 00: 44; Feb 00: 56

"Good Samaritan Sends 19 Kids to College." Feb 00: 55

"SCANS Success Story." Jan 00: 33

"The Way Out." Mar 00: 18

BOOK REVIEWS
"Keeping It Real," Eric Ries. Feb 00: 74

BRAGG, DEBRA D.
"Tech Prep: Winning Ideas, Challenging Practices." Apr 00: 14

BREDIN, SIOBHAN
"On the Fast Track" (with Joyce Malyn-Smith). Oct 00: 38

BROTHERTON, PHAEDRA
"A `Capital' Venture." Sep 00: 20

"Diverse Solutions." Feb 00: 18

"Making It Work." Mar 00: 22

BROWN, SUSAN
"In Washington." Oct 00: 6; Nov/Dec 00: 6

"The 21st Century Classroom." Oct 00: 22

BUDGET AND FUNDING ISSUES
"Apathy: Our Biggest Enemy," Bret Lovejoy. Oct 00: 49

"Capitol View," Nancy O'Brien. Jan 00: 46; Feb 00: 57; Mar 00:

37; Apr 00: 43; May 00: 45; Sep 00: 43; Nov/Dec 00: 79

"The Cost of Education." Sep 00: 9

"Don't Know Much About School Vouchers." Feb 00: 8

"Finding the Funds." Mar 00: 17

"Grassroots Action," Emily Kleinman. Apr 00: 31

"In Washington." Jan 00: 6; Mar 00: 6; Apr 00: 5; May 00: 6; Sep

00: 6; Oct 00: 6; Nov/Dec 00: 6

"Online, In Line, at the Front of the Line," Bret Lovejoy. Mar 00: 34

BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION
"The Cost of Education." Sep 00: 9

"Young Inventors Honored by Bob Vila." Jan 00: 10

BUSINESS EDUCATION
Division report. Nov/Dec 00: 78

"eCommerce Becomes `Fashionable.'" Oct 00: 11

"Licensure Online Helps Teacher Shortage." Nov/Dec 00: 78

"Owning Their Education," Eric Ries. Apr 00: 26

BUSINESS-EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS
"Filling the Gap," Richard Greenberg. Oct 00: 26

"Flying High," Margaret Litvin. May 00: 32

"He's Got the Hook," Matthew Dembicki. Mar 00: 28

"Hospitality Industry Joins Partnership." Sep 00: 8

"Learning Lessons," Emily McLeod and Joyce Malyn-Smith. Oct 00: 34

"On the Fast Track," Siobhan Bredin and Joyce Malyn-Smith. Oct 00: 38

"Online, In Line, at the Front of the Line," Bret Lovejoy. Mar 00: 34

"Open for Business," Marnie Roberts. Apr 00: 18

"Partner Point of View: We're in This Together," Toby Richards. Oct 00: 14

"West Virginia Law Requires Community Colleges to Do Job Training." Sep 00: 40

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CAHILL, JULIE
"The Winners' Circle." Apr 00: 36

CAMP, SUSAN SKRIPAC
"Choosing the Right Test." Feb 00: Supp/14

CAREER ACADEMIES
"A Booming Concept." Sep 00: 15

"A `Capital' Venture," Phaedra Brotherton. Sep 00: 20

"Career Academies Keep Students in School." Apr 00: 8

"Interview with Peter Crafts." Sep 00: 24

"It's Academic," Towanda Underdue. Sep 00: 16

CAREER CAMPS
"SeaWorld Camp Turns Spectators into Scientists." Mar 00: 10

"Well-Wired Summer Campers." Oct 00: 12

CAREER CENTERS
"Making It Work," Phaedra Brotherton. Mar 00: 22

"Tardy WIA Rules Raise Ambiguity Concerns." Nov/Dec 00: 6

CAREER CLUSTERS
"The `New' American High School," Rebekah Robertson. Sep 00: 32

"On the Fast Track," Siobhan Bredin and Joyce Malyn-Smith. Oct 00: 38

CAREER COUNSELING
See Counseling and guidance

CERTIFICATION
See Accreditation and certification; Skills training and
certification

CHARTER SCHOOLS
"A `Capital' Venture," Phaedra Brotherton. Sep 00: 20

"Charting a New Course in Philadelphia." Feb 00: 16

"Close Quarters," Jennifer G. Williams. Apr 00: 22

CIVICS EDUCATION
"Civic Responsibility." Feb 00: 8

COMMUNICATION SKILLS
"You Can Speak and Write About Anything," Kay Beth Avery and Charles W. Avery. Nov/Dec 00: 30

COMMUNITY SERVICE
See Service learning

COMPENSATION
See Salaries

COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION
See Education technology

COMPUTER SCIENCE
See Information technology sector

CONSUMER SCIENCE
See Family and consumer sciences

COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE
Division report. Mar 00: 36

"Helping Teens Find Their Niche." Sep 00: 34

"Jumpstarting Junior Year," Marnie Roberts. Mar 00: 26

"Keeping It Real: Four-Year Follies," Eric Ries. Feb 00: 74

"The Rules of Seniority," Eric Ries. May 00: 26

"Sophomore Strides," Marnie Roberts. Jan 00: 30

CULINARY ARTS
Awards and grants. Feb 00: 14

"Cooking Up a Winner." Sep 00: 8

"Meeting the Demands of a Growth Industry," Laird Livingston. Nov/Dec 00: Supp/10

CUNNINGHAM, STEPHEN
"Roll Out the Bulldozers." Nov/Dec 00: 26

CURRICULUM INTEGRATION
See Applied academics; Service learning

CUSTOMER SERVICE
See Sales and services sector

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DANIELS, ROGER D.
"Viewpoints: In Search of a Highly Skilled Workforce." Oct 00: 32

DEMBICKI, MATTHEW
"He's Got the Hook." Mar 00: 28

"In Washington." Jan 00: 6; Feb 00: 5; Mar 00: 6; Apr 00: 5

DEMOGRAPHIC AND SURVEY DATA
See also Education information and statistics; Employment projections and statistics

"Al Gore Vs. Bart Simpson." Jan 00: 14

DESIGN TECHNOLOGY
"The Marble Maze Project," Shirley Willingham. Nov/Dec 00: 34

DISABLED PERSONS
See Special needs

DISCIPLINE
"In the News." Apr 00: 41

"Student Suspensions Racially Biased, Study Finds." Feb 00: 12

"Tabulating the Tardies," James St. Pierre. Sep 00: 50

DISTANCE LEARNING
"Back in the Loop," Marnie Roberts. May 00: 14

"Back to School," Richard Greenberg. Mar 00: 14

"The Journey into Distance Education," Chris Zirkle and Sharon Guan. May 00: 18

"Online System to Streamline Virtual C&TE Courses." Oct 00: 10

"World Wide Wonder," Jennifer G. Williams. May 00: 22

DIVERSITY EDUCATION
"Bill Gates Sponsors Minority Scholarship." Jan 00: 12

"A Cultural Mosaic," Kelley M. Blassingame. Feb 00: 22

"Diverse Solutions," Phaedra Brotherton. Feb 00: 18

"Diversity at Work," Sandra R. Sabo. Feb 00: 26

"The Minority Majority," Marnie Roberts. Feb 00: 35

"Minority Project a Bust." Jan 00: 12

"Study Finds Disparity in Internet Use." Sep 00: 12

"Swell of Minority Students Is Predicted at Colleges." Sep 00: 12

DRAFTING EDUCATION
"ITT Tech Schools Rank Tops in Degrees Given." Nov/Dec 00: 11

DROPOUTS
See At-risk students

DRUG ABUSE
"Feds, NEA Campaign Against Student Drug Use." Nov/Dec 00: 14

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EARNINGS
See Salaries

EDUCATION INFORMATION AND STATISTICS
"Academics & Technical Training: A Winning Combination." Sep 00: 10

"Baby Boomers, Teachers Come Full Circle." Jan 00: 11

"Career Academies Keep Students in School." Apr 00: 8

"Career Tech 2000: Statistical Snapshot." May 00: 36

"College Freshmen Hang In--for a While." Apr 00: 10

"Computers in Public Versus Private Schools." Oct 00: 10

"Did You Know?" May 00: 8, 11

"DOE Unveils New Voc Ed Site." Sep 00: 7

"Easier Said Than Done." Feb 00: 17

"High Schoolers Hit Bottom on the Basics." Feb 00: 10

"Hooking Up America's Students." Apr 00: 12

"In the News." Sep 00: 12; Oct 00: 12; Nov/Dec 00: 12

"ITT Tech Schools Rank Tops in Degrees Given." Nov/Dec 00: 11

"Just a Click Away." Oct 00: 47

"Kids Today." Jan 00: 22

"Midwestern Schools Tops in Technology Sophistication." Oct 00: 8

"More Girls Taking High-Level Math and Science Courses." Nov/Dec 00: 15

"Most Schools Make the Honor Roll." Jan 00: 10

"Nothing but 'Net." Mar 00: 13

"Predicting College Success." May 00: 10

"SAT Math Scores Reach Record High." Nov/Dec 00: 15

"Special Education Needs Overlooked, Study Says." Mar 00: 9

"Stressed Out on Campus." Mar 00: 9

"Student Suspensions Racially Biased, Study Finds." Feb 00: 12

"Student Use of the Internet." Oct 00: 13

EDUCATION REFORM
"The `New' American High School," Rebekah Robertson. Sep 00: 32

"The Newest New American High Schools." Jan 00: 9

"Online, In Line, at the Front of the Line," Bret Lovejoy. Mar 00: 34

"School Reform Requires Administrative Teamwork." Nov/Dec 00: 10

"Welcome to 21st Century Challenges," Richard L. Lynch. Jan 00: 58

EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY
Awards and grants. Mar 00: 11

"Charting a New Course in Philadelphia." Feb 00: 16

"Computers in Public Versus Private Schools." Oct 00: 10

"The Cost of Education." Sep 00: 9

"Did You Know?" Jan 00: 14

"Easier Said Than Done." Feb 00: 17

"Ed Tech Plans Ahead." Oct 00: 47

"Hooking Up America's Students." Apr 00: 12

"Internet Could Save Schools Big Bucks." May 00: 13

"Lights, Camera, Action!" Karl E. Williams. Apr 00: 50

"A Link to the Library." Mar 00: 12

"Midwestern Schools Tops in Technology Sophistication." Oct 00: 8

"More Planning Needed for School Technology." Sep 00: 12

"Most Teachers to Get Laptops." Nov/Dec 00: 77

"New Survey Lauds Midwestern States for Use of Technology in

Schools." Sep 00: 12

"Nothing but 'Net." Mar 00: 13

"On the Technology Midway: Everything But Kewpie Dolls." Oct 00: 12

"One-Stop Online Source for Teachers." Jan 00: 13

"Online, In Line, at the Front of the Line," Bret Lovejoy. Mar 00: 34

"Online System to Streamline Virtual C&TE Courses." Oct 00: 10

"Professional Development Is the Key." Jan 00: 14

"SCANS Success Story," Kelley M. Blassingame. Jan 00: 33

"Student Use of the Internet." Oct 00: 13

"Study Finds Disparity in Internet Use." Sep 00: 12

"The 21st Century Classroom," Susan Brown. Oct 00: 22

ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
"Electrical Cabling Industry Moves to Relieve Worker Shortage." Nov/Dec 00: 8

ELECTRONICS EDUCATION
"ITT Tech Schools Rank Tops in Degrees Given." Nov/Dec 00: 11

EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING
"Bank on Training Through ITAs." May 00: 11

"Bipartisan High-Tech Jobs Bill Introduced in House." May 00: 6

"Diversity at Work," Sandra R. Sabo. Feb 00: 26

"H-1B Grants to Ease Tech Worker Shortage." Oct 00: 6

"Making It Work," Phaedra Brotherton. Mar 00: 22

"Tardy WIA Rules Raise Ambiguity Concerns." Nov/Dec 00: 6

"The Way Out," Kelley M. Blassingame. Mar 00: 18

"Workforce Development Awards." Jan 00: 11

"Workforce Development Goes High-Tech." May 00: 12

EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION AND STATISTICS
See also specific industry sectors

"Consumer Confidence Keeps Wages High, Prices Low." May 00: 9

"Future Entrepreneurs." Jan 00: 10

"High Schoolers Hit Bottom on the Basics." Feb 00: 10

"Hot Jobs in IT." May 00: 12

"In the News." Oct 00: 12

"IT Knowledge Pays Off." Apr 00: 12

"Kids Today." Jan 00: 22

"Salary Gap Continues to Widen." Mar 00: 8

"Wanted: IT Professionals." May 00: 12

"Wanted: Meaningful Jobs with Security." May 00: 8

"Welfare `Reform' Leaves Many in a Rut." May 00: 9

"What the Future Holds." Sep 00: 13

ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION
"Owning Their Education," Eric Ries. Apr 00: 26

EQUIPMENT OPERATION PROGRAMS
"Roll Out the Bulldozers," Stephen Cunningham. Nov/Dec 00: 26

ERGONOMICS
"Safety First, Says OSHA." Jan 00: 8

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FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES
"Addressing the Critical Shortage of FACS Educators." Nov/Dec 00: Supp/1 Awards and grants. Feb 00: 14

"Cutting-Edge Training and Career Relevance," Ruth E.

Thaler-Carter. Nov/Dec 00: Supp/6

Division report. Sep 00: 41

"Leaving Home Economics in the Past," Ruth E. Thaler-Carter. Nov/Dec 00: Supp/2

"Meeting the Demands of a Growth Industry," Laird Livingston. Nov/Dec 00: Supp/10

FASHION INDUSTRY

"eCommerce Becomes `Fashionable.'" Oct 00: 11

FOOD SERVICE
See Culinary arts

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GARDENING EDUCATION
Awards and grants. Sep 00: 34

GENDER EQUITY
"Glass Ceiling Still Blocks Female Administrators." Jan 00: 8

"More Girls Taking High-Level Math and Science Courses." Nov/Dec 00: 15

GREENBERG, RICHARD
"Back to School." Mar 00: 14

"Filling the Gap." Oct 00: 26

"They Learn from Those They Serve." Nov/Dec 00: 18

GUAN, SHARON
"The Journey into Distance Education" (with Chris Zirkle). May 00: 18

GUIDANCE
See Counseling and guidance

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HARRIS-AIKENS, DONNA
"In Washington." Oct 00: 6; Nov/Dec 00: 6

HEALTH AND SAFETY
"Safety First, Says OSHA." Jan 00: 8

"Teachers...Be Revitalized," Marlene Lozada. Jan 00: 26

HEALTH OCCUPATIONS EDUCATION
Division report. Jan 00: 42

"Minority Project a Bust." Jan 00: 12

"Protecting Patient Privacy." Jan 00: 42

"Seeing Their Futures," Marnie Roberts. Feb 00: 32

HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING, AND REFRIGERATION
"Cool Site Comes to HVAC&R Community." Oct 00: 9

HOACHLANDER, GARY
"Make a Tool of the Rules." Feb 00: Supp/1

HODGSON, PAMELA
"Starting Conversations." Feb 00: 30

HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM
"A `Capital' Venture," Phaedra Brotherton. Sep 00: 20

"Hospitality Curriculum." May 00: 11

"Hospitality Industry Joins Partnership." Sep 00: 8

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SECTOR
"Ahead of the Curve." Oct 00: 17

Awards and grants. Jan 00: 11

"Bills to Reward IT-Trained Teachers." May 00: 6

"Clinton Proposes Computer Security Scholarships." Mar 00: 13

"Computer Geek Shortage?" Jan 00: 8

"The Dark Side of the Valley." Oct 00: 12

"The Evolving IT Worker." Oct 00: 12

"Filling the Gap," Richard Greenberg. Oct 00: 26

"Georgetown Cashes in on IT Boom." Mar 00: 12

"Hot Jobs in IT." May 00: 12

"IT Knowledge Pays Off." Apr 00: 12

"Job Categories and Education Requirements in Information Technology." Oct 00: 28

"Learning Lessons," Emily McLeod and Joyce Malyn-Smith. Oct 00: 34

"Not So `Geeky' Anymore," Alice M. Starcke. Oct 00: 18

"On the Fast Track," Siobhan Bredin and Joyce Malyn-Smith. Oct 00: 38

"Questioning Campus IT." Apr 00: 13

"Wanted: IT Professionals." May 00: 12

"Worldwide IT Certification Revenues Will Exceed $4 Billion in 2003." Oct 00: 12

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY
See Education technology

INTERNSHIPS
Awards and grants. Apr 00: 11

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JACOBS, JIM
"Tech Prep: The Middle Plan." Apr 00: 52

JOB OUTLOOK
See Employment projections and statistics

JOB SHADOWING
See Mentor programs

JOB TRAINING
See Employment and training

JOURNALISM
Awards and grants. Mar 00: 11

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KLEINMAN, EMILY
"Grassroots Action." Apr 00: 31

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LaBELLE, SANDY
"Work Smarter, Not Harder." Sep 00: 28

LANGUAGE ARTS
"You Can Speak and Write About Anything," Kay Beth Avery and Charles W. Avery. Nov/Dec 00: 30

LIBERAL ARTS
"Liberal Arts Grads Seek Employability Proof." Feb 00: 10

LIFE SKILLS
See Family and consumer sciences

LITVIN, MARGARET
"Flying High." May 00: 32

LIVINGSTON, LAIRD
"Meeting the Demands of a Growth Industry." Nov/Dec 00: Supp/10

LOBBYING
See Budget and funding issues

LOOCK, JONI
Business education division report. Nov/Dec 00: 78

LOVEJOY, BRET
"Apathy: Our Biggest Enemy." Oct 00: 49

"It's Career AND Technical Education." Jan 00: 40

"Online, In Line, at the Front of the Line." Mar 00: 34

LOZADA, MARLENE
"Teachers...Be Revitalized." Jan 00: 26

LYNCH, RICHARD L.
"Welcome to 21st Century Challenges." Jan 00: 58

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MAINES, PAMELA REBECCA
"More Than Just a Job." Apr 00: 34

MALYN-SMITH, JOYCE
"Learning Lessons" (with Emily McLeod). Oct 00: 34

"On the Fast Track" (with Siobhan Bredin). Oct 00: 38

MANUFACTURING
"From the Ground Up," David Millson. Jan 00: 36

"NSSB Postpones Release of New Skills Standards in Two Fields." Apr 00: 6

MARINE SCIENCE
"SeaWorld Camp Turns Spectators into Scientists." Mar 00: 10

MATHEMATICS EDUCATION
"Effort to Recruit Math, Science Teachers Urged." Nov/Dec 00: 12

"More Girls Taking High-Level Math and Science Courses." Nov/Dec 00: 15

"SAT Math Scores Reach Record High." Nov/Dec 00: 15

McLEOD, EMILY
"Learning Lessons" (with Joyce Malyn-Smith)>. Oct 00: 34

MENTOR PROGRAMS
"Be a Source of Inspiration," Abigail R. Reynolds. Feb 00: 54

"Mentor at the Center," Eric Ries. Apr 00: 28

"Mentoring May Aid Teacher Retention." Apr 00: 9

"Starting Conversations," Pamela Hodgson. Feb 00: 30

"Students See Their Shadow." Apr 00: 10

MILITARY SERVICE
"Military Seeks New Recruits." Apr 00: 8

MILLER, KATRINA
"Straight from the Source: A Fortunate Nudge." Jan 00: 24

MILLSON, DAVID
"From the Ground Up." Jan 00: 36

MINORITY GROUPS
See also Diversity education

"Blacks, Hispanics Still Lag on State Achievement Tests." Nov/Dec 00: 77

MUELENERS, MATTHEW
"Straight from the Source: Achieving the Magic `Click.'" Jan 00: 25

MULTICULTURALISM
See Diversity education

MULTIMEDIA

"Georgetown Cashes in on IT Boom." Mar 00: 12

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NATIONAL DISSEMINATION CENTER FOR CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
"Minnesota, OSU House National Career Tech Centers." Feb 00: 6

"New National Centers Set Their Agenda." Mar 00: 6

NATIONAL RESEARCH CENTER FOR CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
"Minnesota, OSU House National Career Tech Centers." Feb 00: 6

"New National Centers Set Their Agenda." Mar 00: 6

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O'BRIEN, NANCY
"Capitol View." Jan 00: 46; Feb 00: 57; Mar 00: 37; Apr 00: 43; May 00: 45; Sep 00: 43; Nov/Dec 00: 79

ONE-STOP CAREER CENTERS

"Making It Work," Phaedra Brotherton. Mar 00: 22

"Tardy WIA Rules Raise Ambiguity Concerns." Nov/Dec 00: 6

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PAY ISSUES
See Salaries

POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION
"Back to School," Richard Greenberg. Mar 00: 14

"College Freshmen Hang In--for a While." Apr 00: 10

"Colleges Launch Off-Campus Campuses to Accommodate Adult Working

Students." Sep 00: 12

"Courts: Student Fee Usage Cannot Discriminate." May 00: 10

"Georgetown Cashes in on IT Boom." Mar 00: 12

"High Schoolers Hit Bottom on the Basics." Feb 00: 10

"ITT Tech Schools Rank Tops in Degrees Given." Nov/Dec 00: 11

"Keeping It Real: Four-Year Follies," Eric Ries. Feb 00: 74

"Kids Today." Jan 00: 22

"Matchmaking--For a Fee." Mar 00: 12

"Minority Project a Bust." Jan 00: 12

"Now Showing: The Virtual College Tour." Jan 00: 13

"Predicting College Success." May 00: 10

"Questioning Campus IT." Apr 00: 13

"Stressed Out on Campus." Mar 00: 9

"Students See Risk in Online College Applications." Sep 00: 12

"Swell of Minority Students Is Predicted at Colleges." Sep 00: 12

"West Virginia Law Requires Community Colleges to Do Job Training." Sep 00: 40

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
"Computers in Public Versus Private Schools." Oct 00: 10

"Don't Know Much About School Vouchers." Feb 00: 8

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
See Teachers and teacher education

PROFESSIONAL POST
See Awards, grants, calls for proposals

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RACE DISCRIMINATION
"Student Suspensions Racially Biased, Study Finds." Feb 00: 12

READING SKILLS
"Students Show Few Gains in Reading Skills." Nov/Dec 00: 12

"You Can Speak and Write About Anything," Kay Beth Avery and

Charles W. Avery. Nov/Dec 00: 30

RELIGIOUS EXERCISE
"Student Prayer Case Reaches Supreme Court." Feb 00: 8

REYNOLDS, ABIGAIL R.
"Be a Source of Inspiration." Feb 00: 54

"Be Part of the Solution." May 00: 42

"The Winning Team--It's Priceless." Apr 00: 39

RICHARDS, TOBY
"Partner Point of View: We're in This Together." Oct 00: 14

RIES, ERIC
"Keeping It Real." Feb 00: 74

"Making the Grades." Jan 00: 16

"Owning Their Education." Apr 00: 26

"The Rules of Seniority." May 00: 26

"Small Potatoes No More." May 00: 28

ROBERTS, MARNIE
"At Your Service." Sep 00: 26

"Back in the Loop." May 00: 14

Division reports. Jan 00: 42; Feb 00: 60; Mar 00: 36; May 00: 44

"Jumpstarting Junior Year." Mar 00: 26

"Open for Business." Apr 00: 18

"Partners in Progress." Nov/Dec 00: 22

"Seeing Their Futures." Feb 00: 32

"A Skills-ful Race." Jan 00: 41

"Sophomore Strides." Jan 00: 30

ROBERTSON, REBEKAH
"The `New' American High School." Sep 00: 32

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SABO, SANDRA R.
"Diversity at Work." Feb 00: 26

SAFETY AND HEALTH
See Health and safety

SALARIES

"Consumer Confidence Keeps Wages High, Prices Low." May 00: 9

"Demise of the Skill Premium." Oct 00: 12

"IT Knowledge Pays Off." Apr 00: 12

"Salary Gap Continues to Widen." Mar 00: 8

SALES AND SERVICES SECTOR
"At Your Service," Marnie Roberts. Sep 00: 26

"NSSB Postpones Release of New Skills Standards in Two Fields." Apr 00: 6

SCHOLARSHIPS
See Awards, grants, calls for proposals

SCHOOL-BASED BUSINESSES
"Owning Their Education," Eric Ries. Apr 00: 26

SCHOOL BUILDINGS
"The Cost of Education." Sep 00: 9

SCHOOL-TO-WORK PROGRAMS
"Report Outlines Ways to Sustain School-to-Careers." Mar 00: 10

SCIENCE EDUCATION
Awards and grants. Jan 00: 11

"Effort to Recruit Math, Science Teachers Urged." Nov/Dec 00: 12

"More Girls Taking High-Level Math and Science Courses." Nov/Dec 00: 15

"SeaWorld Camp Turns Spectators into Scientists." Mar 00: 10

SECONDARY EDUCATION
"Charting a New Course in Philadelphia." Feb 00: 16

"Close Quarters," Jennifer G. Williams. Apr 00: 22

"The `New' American High School," Rebekah Robertson. Sep 00: 32

"The Newest New American High Schools." Jan 00: 9

SERVICE LEARNING
"Give and Take." Nov/Dec 00: 17

"Growth in Service-Learning Participation." Nov/Dec 00: 9

"Partners in Progress," Marnie Roberts. Nov/Dec 00: 22

"Roll Out the Bulldozers," Stephen Cunningham. Nov/Dec 00: 26

"They Learn from Those They Serve," Richard Greenberg. Nov/Dec 00: 18

SERVICE SECTOR
See Sales and services sector

SKILLS TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION
"Greenspan Asks Communities to Help Improve Worker Skills." May 00: 6

"It's Career AND Technical Education," Bret Lovejoy. Jan 00: 40

"NSSB Postpones Release of New Skills Standards in Two Fields." Apr 00: 6

"SCANS Success Story," Kelley M. Blassingame. Jan 00: 33

"A Skills-ful Race," Marnie Roberts. Jan 00: 41

"STW Resource." Apr 00: 11

"Welcome to 21st Century Challenges," Richard L. Lynch. Jan 00: 58

"Worldwide IT Certification Revenues Will Exceed $4 Billion in 2003." Oct 00: 12

SNELSON, WILLIAM D.
"New Year, Fresh Perspective." Sep 00: 38

"Welcome to ACTE's Career Odyssey." Nov/Dec 00: 76

SPECIAL NEEDS
Division report. Feb 00: 60

"Sophomore Strides: Special Preparation," Marnie Roberts. Jan 00: 31

"Special Education Needs Overlooked, Study Says." Mar 00: 9

"Tardy WIA Rules Raise Ambiguity Concerns." Nov/Dec 00: 6

SPINK, LINDA
"Collaboration: A Buzzword for Wasting Time?" Nov/Dec 00: 86

ST. PIERRE, JAMES
"Tabulating the Tardies." Sep 00: 50

STANDARDS
See Accreditation and certification; Skills training and certification

STARCKE, ALICE M.

"Not So `Geeky' Anymore." Oct 00: 18

SURVEY RESULTS
Education.
See Education information and statistics

Employment.
See Employment projections and statistics

In general.
See Demographic and survey data

T 

TEACHERS AND TEACHER EDUCATION
"Addressing the Critical Shortage of FACS Educators." Nov/Dec 00: Supp/1

"Baby Boomers, Teachers Come Full Circle." Jan 00: 11

"Be a Source of Inspiration," Abigail R. Reynolds. Feb 00: 54

"Be Part of the Solution," Abigail R. Reynolds. May 00: 42

"Bills to Reward IT-Trained Teachers." May 00: 6

"Bringing IT into the Classroom," Chris Zirkle. Oct 00: 15

"Did You Know?" May 00: 8, 11

"Effort to Recruit Math, Science Teachers Urged." Nov/Dec 00: 12

"Free Computer Training." Oct 00: 46

"Honoring Teacher Prep Programs." May 00: 11

"Keeping It Real: Rip-Snortin' Romp." Eric Ries. Feb 00: 76

"Licensure Online Helps Teacher Shortage." Nov/Dec 00: 78

"McDonald's to Sponsor ACTE Awards." Nov/Dec 00: 6

"Mentoring May Aid Teacher Retention." Apr 00: 9

"New Year, Fresh Perspective," William D. Snelson. Sep 00: 38

"Professional Development Is the Key." Jan 00: 14

"PT3 Grants." Oct 00: 46

"Salary Gap Continues to Widen." Mar 00: 8

"Sites You Can Use." Sep 00: 34; Oct 00: 47

"Standards Board Receives Grant." Sep 00: 35

"Straight from the Source: Achieving the Magic `Click,'" Matthew Meuleners. Jan 00: 25

"Surfing for Certification." Oct 00: 46

"Teachers...Be Revitalized," Marlene Lozada. Jan 00: 26

"Teachers Hall of Fame Nominations." Jan 00: 11

"Tech Standards for Teachers." Oct 00: 11

"Wanted: Tech-Savvy Teachers." Feb 00: 17

"Welcome to ACTE's Career Odyssey," William D. Snelson. Nov/Dec 00: 76

"The Winners' Circle," Julie Cahill. Apr 00: 36

"Work Smarter, Not Harder," Sandy LaBelle. Sep 00: 28

TECH PREP
"Close Quarters," Jennifer G. Williams. Apr 00: 22

"Open for Business," Marnie Roberts. Apr 00: 18

"Tech Prep: The Middle Plan," Jim Jacobs. Apr 00: 52

"Tech Prep: Winning Ideas, Challenging Practices," Debra D. Bragg. Apr 00: 14

"The Winning Team--It's Priceless." Apr 00: 39

TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Division report. Sep 00: 40

"H-1B Grants to Ease Tech Worker Shortage." Oct 00: 6

"ITT Tech Schools Rank Tops in Degrees Given." Nov/Dec 00: 11

"Keeping It Real: Four-Year Follies," Eric Ries. Feb 00: 74

"New Executive Director at Skills USA-VICA." Sep 00: 11

"Small Potatoes No More," Eric Ries. May 00: 28

"Viewpoints: In Search of a Highly Skilled Workforce," Roger D. Daniels. Oct 00: 32

TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
"Bringing IT into the Classroom," Chris Zirkle. Oct 00: 15

"eCommerce Becomes `Fashionable.'" Oct 00: 11

"Free Computer Training." Oct 00: 46

"Liberal Arts Grads Seek Employability Proof." Feb 00: 10

"Partner Point of View: We're in This Together," Toby Richards. Oct 00: 14

"PT3 Grants." Oct 00: 46

"Straight from the Source: A Fortunate Nudge," Katrina Miller. Jan 00: 24

"Tech Standards for Teachers." Oct 00: 11

"Techies, Techies Everywhere." Oct 00: 8

"Technology Exams." May 00: 11

"Wanted: Tech-Savvy Teachers." Feb 00: 17

"Well-Wired Summer Campers." Oct 00: 12

TELEVISION
"Al Gore Vs. Bart Simpson." Jan 00: 14

TESTS AND TESTING
See Assessment and testing

THALER-CARTER, RUTH E.

"Cutting-Edge Training and Career Relevance." Nov/Dec 00: Supp/6

"Leaving Home Economics in the Past." Nov/Dec 00: Supp/2

TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION
Division report. Apr 00: 42

"Schools Turning from Teaching the Trades." Sep 00: 12

TRAINING
See Employment and training; Skills training and certification

U 

UNDERDUE, TOWANDA
"It's Academic." Sep 00: 16

V 

VIOLENCE
"FBI Opposes the Profiling of Students." Nov/Dec 00: 12

VOUCHER PROGRAMS
"Don't Know Much About School Vouchers." Feb 00: 8

W 

WAGES
See Salaries

WELFARE REFORM
"Jobs First Pays Off." May 00: 44

"The Way Out," Kelley M. Blassingame. Mar 00: 18

"Welfare `Reform' Leaves Many in a Rut." May 00: 9

WILLIAMS, JENNIFER G.
"Close Quarters." Apr 00: 22

Division reports. Apr 00: 41, 42; Sep 00: 40, 41

"World Wide Wonder." May 00: 22

WILLIAMS, KARL E.
"Lights, Camera, Action!" Apr 00: 50

WILLINGHAM, SHIRLEY
"The Marble Maze Project." Nov/Dec 00: 34

WOMEN
See Gender equity

WORK-BASED LEARNING
"SCANS Success Story," Kelley M. Blassingame. Jan 00: 33

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
See Employment and training

WRITING SKILLS

"You Can Speak and Write About Anything," Kay Beth Avery and Charles W. Avery. Nov/Dec 00: 30

Z 

ZIRKLE, CHRIS
"Bringing IT into the Classroom." Oct 00: 15

"The Journey into Distance Education" (with Sharon Guan). May 00: 18


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