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Articles from District Administration (December 1, 2004)

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$7 billion for cyberspace lessons and laptops. Brief Article 84
A smooth transition ... with some aid: Mikeidra is one of several students the magazine is featuring to personify how the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act is helping or not helping students. Fratt, Lisa 361
Apple HD Cinema Display Extension Kits: Gefen. Ezarik, Melissa 96
Baltimore county schools get an edge in Algebra: cognitive tutor boosts middle school scores by a factor of three. 654
Being An American: Exploring The Ideals that Unite Us: The Bill of Rights Institute. Ezarik, Melissa 94
Bush likely to expand NCLB but no major changes. Silverman, Fran 327
By the numbers on technology forecast: a data bank on education trends for district leaders. Dianis, Laura Illustration 327
California to revamp school spending options. Scarpa, Steven 345
Children first: urban districts have been dealing with a growing special ed population by doing a better job identifying these students and measuring exactly how they learn. Sausner, Rebecca 2345
Daily Geography Practice: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers. Ezarik, Melissa Brief Article 89
Data Rescue v10.4.3 for Mac: Prosoft Engineering. Ezarik, Melissa 156
Debate is over: NCLB works. Brief Article 81
Did you know your palmOne handheld can ... field-tested ideas from palmOne-using educators. Tyre, Terian 546
eBook central takes a classic approach to handheld literature: 'perpetual' licensing permits handheld-equipped schools to buy once and distribute forever the world's greatest titles. Crane, Elizabeth 768
eReader Pro & The Classics Collection. 85
Faculty & staff 'summer camp' offers edVentures for success: strong and targeted staff support is the common denominator for successful handheld implementations. Fratt, Lisa 895
Future documenters of America. Ezarik, Melissa 95
Gary Stager on last-minute gift ideas: if you're looking for a last-minute gift idea for a friend or colleague, why not consider one of my favorite things? Stager, Gary 604
Handhelds motivate teachers and students in Oklahoma schools: two districts take different paths to similar outcomes as handhelds fulfill the promise of one-to-one computing. Crane, Elizabeth 1968
Here today, here tomorrow: this urban district devised a successful plan to drive up school attendance. Sturgeon, Julie 1062
Leading the Way @ District Administration. Kinnaman, Daniel E. Brief Article 201
Learn to work, work to learn: districts are redefining career connections through today's career and technical education programs. Fratt, Lisa 2554
Mall schools: is the answer for your district's at-risk problems as close as the nearest mall? Schachter, Ron 1699
MathAmigo. 91
Me, myself and my math. Lawlor, Michelle 283
Minnesota launches new teacher initiative. Silverman, Fran 405
Moving on: out of personal tragedy, this education leader found a way to lift others up. Scarpa, Steven Obituary 581
NetSupport, NetSupport DNA 2.0. Ezarik, Melissa 87
New scale for measuring math. Ezarik, Melissa Brief Article 175
New teacher-to-teacher lessons. Brief Article 89
Nitty gritty new way of teaching? Scarpa, Steven 380
Odvard Egil Dyrli on wiki sites: these web sites offer collaboration opportunities but have potential drawbacks. Dyrli, Odvard Egil 632
Online classes at standstill with E-rate mess. Brief Article 91
Online courses go to work: AMDG's 150-plus academic courses serve K-12 and job training centers. Hovater, Clay 618
Paige to resign as education secretary. Pascopella, Angela 351
PETCs are spreading the word in L.A.: Los Angeles takes handheld training to a new level--countywide and to all of its public and private K-12 schools. Fratt, Lisa 571
Physical Science Simulation: Plato Learning. Ezarik, Melissa 147
ProQuest Platinum: ProQuest Information and Learning. Ezarik, Melissa Brief Article 98
Report: what's next for reading. Brief Article 156
ScheduleFinder. 82
School districts opt for math courseware to support K-12 programs: easy-to-use and effective software and print materials add up to better scores. 577
Schools tighten security in cyberspace. Dessoff, Alan 471
Social awareness on the back burner: withering social studies instruction in elementary schools has experts biting their fingernails, debating testing and seeking partnerships. Pascopella, Angela 2824
Speak up, teach! Sausner, Rebecca 430
Sprint PCS Vision Smart Device Treo[TM] 650 by palmOne. Brief Article 89
Storm brains allow at-home learning. Ezarik, Melissa 443
Students help capture vets' stories: the latest developments in math, science, language arts and social studies. Ezarik, Melissa 360
Study shows L.A.'s at-risk students making significant academic progress with LANGUAGE![R] literacy intervention: LANGUAGE! The Comprehensive Literacy Curriculum accelerates literacy acquisition by systematically building students' vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension skills. 553
Teacher: here's how teachers have used their Tungsten E! Calendar 237
The Civil War: American Against American: Find the Fun Productions. Ezarik, Melissa 80
The Fall of Great Empires: Schlessinger Media. Ezarik, Melissa 99
The sixth grade steps up big with handhelds in Newport-Mesa: 'for the cost of 110 desktop or laptop computers we bought 1,100 powerful handhelds for the entire sixth grade'. Palmer, Gina Adams 1984
Tungsten T5 handheld and Treo 650 smartphone: new features help administrators, educators and students connect to information and people. Dixon, Kathleen Product/Service Evaluation 1542
Vallas sets the pace: opinionated, impatient and anything but staid. The Philadelphia school leader is shaking up urban education. Here's what he thinks about No Child, Edison and how to get along with unions. PLUS, what he's planning on accomplishing next. D'Orio, Wayne Cover Story 3352
Vernier LabPro. 80
Visual Thesaurus: ThinkMap. Ezarik, Melissa 92
Web site faults law despite noble goals. Pascopella, Angela Brief Article 167
What's next. D'Orio, Wayne 603
WiFi high school goes online in Ontario: teachers and administrators opt for handhelds for classwork and admin tasks. Schachter, Ron Cover Story 1764

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