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An eagle eye: this financial whiz with an educational heart of gold has earned the respect of colleagues near and far. Biography Apr 1, 2004 719
Mentoring's biggest fan: one-on-one work helps this superintendent focus on his students--all 5,700 of them. Biography Feb 1, 2004 740
The gift that keeps on giving: this district proves that a digital divide effort can be stretched to accomplish so much more. Feb 1, 2004 1364
The highest calling: the trenches of education beckoned, even after retirement, for this school leader. Nov 1, 2003 730
Leader by surprise: if a teacher can drive a bus, then a superintendent can work the lunch room. This leader has done both. (Administrator profile: R. Paul Garrison, Daleville Community Schools). Apr 1, 2003 728
Tech masters: veteran teachers are as technology-wise in this district as new teachers, and even students. An ongoing staff development program is why. (District profile: Golf School District 67 in Morton Grove, Ill.). Apr 1, 2003 1280
The turn-around queen: Cleveland's leader, one of the highest paid superintendents, earns her keep by setting the foundation for student learning. (Administrator profile: Barbara Byrd-Bennett). Jan 1, 2003 760
Illuminated about equity: this large Georgia district, has taken the lead in meeting Title IX regulations. (District profile: Clayton County, Georgia). Jan 1, 2003 1268
The outsider comes in: what is the third-largest school district in the country doing with a young, non-traditional educator as its CEO? Well, according to whom you ask, Chicago Public Schools just might be carving out the template on how to run big, inner-city education. Aug 1, 2002 2332
Hard-working and homegrown: this superintendent is reaping the harvest from the hard work he sowed in the last decade. . Interview Jun 1, 2002 733
Keeping the ABCs in the classroom and off the report card; are letter grades really important? One upstate New York district not only thinks they aren't, but is eliminating letter grades in favor of a benchmarking system. (district profile). May 1, 2002 1397
Finding pearls of wisdom: administrators haven't analyzed this New York district to death; they analyzed it to near perfection. (district profile). Mar 1, 2002 1311
Making performance-based learning work: this Alaska school district junked its traditional education system and was rewarded with a Baldrige Award. (district profile). Feb 1, 2002 1331
Balancing the future with the present: this Pennsylvania superintendent uses technology to create diverse programs that reach the different parts of his district's population. (administrator profile). Nov 1, 2001 732
Looking into the digital future: Carlisle's designation will allow the district to invest in software and teacher training, with a big emphasis on data-driven decision-making. (district profile). Nov 1, 2001 1209

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