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Washington Post education reporter Jay Mathews writes a weekly column for washingtonpost.com, Class Struggle, which runs on Tuesdays.

 
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Challenge Index
Challenge Index:
Education reporter Jay Mathews evaluates high schools by weighing their efforts to challenge students. Charts included.
Students' Clout Helping Workers -- and Unions
Universities are one of the few bright spots for labor unions, which have been losing members and power for years.

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2 Schools To Try Teaching From Afar: Classes Could Be Linked by Video (Post, March 20, 2005)

Outstanding Teachers Honored (Post, March 3, 2005)

Rapid Growth, Cut in Property Tax Rate Stretch Schools (Post, Feb. 20, 2005)

Slave Museum Gains a Collection Built on Captivation: Suffolk Couple Long Fascinated by Relics of Hate (Post, Dec. 5, 2004)

School-Zone Shuffle Has Tempers Flaring: Parents Protesting Increased Student Transfers (Post, Oct. 24, 2004)

The Great Communicator Creates a Great School Divide (Post, Sept. 5, 2004)

SAT Scores Improve At Many Area Schools: Montgomery Joins Fairfax at Elite Level (Post, Sept. 1, 2004)

For Mascots, Schools Flocking to the Pack: Popular Images Crowd Out the Unusual (Post, Aug. 26, 2004)

From 1850s Virginia, an Abolitionist Hero Emerges (Post, Aug. 22, 2004)

The University of Mary -- Wait, Let's Try That Again (Post, July 19, 2004)

On Va. Campus, A Slight Degree Of Discontent: Mary Washington College's New Name Off-Key to Some (Post, July 5, 2004)

Gift Revives Debate Over Needy Areas: Parts of Fredericksburg Lack Youth Recreation (Post, July 4, 2004)

Winding, Rural Roads Prompt Outcry for Improvements: Rash of Teenage Deaths In Car Accidents Adds Urgency to the Pleas (Post, May 23, 2004)

Novel Views Slipping Into Preservation Debate: Newly Minted Mary Washington Graduate Among Those Building on the Distant Past (Post, May 16, 2004)

Teachers Question Board's Priorities: Elected Panel Hurting Schools, Group Argues (Post, March 28, 2004)

Scholars, Symposium Challenge Mary Washington Lore (Post, March 14, 2004)

Hometown Man Inspires, Giving Voice to a Dream to Sing (Post, Feb. 29, 2004)

Soldier Is Killed In Iraq Explosion: Va. Graduate Was Leading Platoon (Post, Feb. 26, 2004)

Stafford School Policy Queried After Deaths (Post, Feb. 12, 2004)

Iced Over and Maybe Under Water: Persistent Rain Brings Threat of Floods (Post, Feb. 7, 2004)

Round One of a Wintry Assault: Storm Shuts Schools, Fouls Roads; Ice, Sleet Predicted Today (Post, Jan. 27, 2004)

With Little Opposition, City Poised to Add 2 Schools: Deteriorating Facilities, Growing Housing Stock Speed Building Plan (Post, Jan. 4, 2004)

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