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Forget about debating what came first, the chicken or the egg. A new trend in science is to first examine exactly how that chicken crossed the road. In other words, physics-the exploration of energy and force-is now the first science course taught at some high schools.
In these belt-tightening times, your peers share some of their more creative ideas for increasing revenue and cutting budgetary red tape
California Gov. Gray Davis is asking for a 1 percent budget increase for the state Department of Corrections. Meanwhile, he is mandating that the state cut $4.5 billion from its education budget, close to 11 percent of all its education K-12 spending.
Like many of the 37,000 students in her district, Kay Baker looks forward to week's end. In fact, she readily admits that Friday is her favorite day. It's a statement some might say stands as a commentary on her approach to her job-and they would be right.
Sticking Up for Filters
Nancy Willard couldn't have gotten it more wrong in “Keeping Safe, Staying Smart” (January 2003, p. 28). Her prescription for the problem of Internet safety will only lead to many more examples of the tragic crime that opened her article.