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Articles from District Administration (July 1, 2004)

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A decade of difference: more credits, higher GPAs. Ezarik, Melissa 216
Achievement Series: Scantron Corp. Ezarik, Melissa 90
Anthony Amato: take 2,. D'Orio, Wayne 430
Are your students making gains like these? 89
Bullying laws hit roadblocks in nine states. Dessoff, Alan 327
By the numbers on obesity: a data bank on education trends for district leaders. Dianis, Laura Illustration 178
Certification in Texas gets easier. 121
Cheaters rampant. 106
Close ties with police can help alleviate violence: each year that goes by we become more and more complacent, until the next tragedy. Then we seem to find additional dollars and call the bill something in honor of the dead child's name. Rivard, Nicole 350
Colorado law to assist low-income families. 113
Creating collaboration: these forward thinking districts are making their vendors work together. Sausner, Rebecca 1690
Does a GPA rise really reflect better learning? 100
EVQ-1000: CoVi Technologies. Ezarik, Melissa 88
Experts disagree on how to narrow education gap. 119
Fake degrees grow. 115
Fear of Shakespeare: is there an antidote? Ezarik, Melissa 583
FileMaker Pro 6 for Windows & Macintosh. Pascopella, Angela 107
Google's new offering can help or hurt school districts. Dyrli, Odvard Egil 657
Harassed teacher wins in court of last resort. Dessoff, Alan 324
Helping minority students after Brown vs. Board of Ed. Silverman, Fran 461
High-stakes testing: not so bad. Sausner, Rebecca 220
Hitting the books--together: through a family literacy program, Hispanic parents and their young children are learning to be partners in educational success. Silverman, Fran 1391
i3 IP Intercom Series: Digital Acoustics Corp. Ezarik, Melissa 109
In-depth lessons in database systems. Pascopella, Angela 272
InterWrite SchoolPad: GTCO CalComp. Ezarik, Melissa 109
Kids InfoBits: Thomson Gale. Ezarik, Melissa 101
Lazy days of summer ... in class. 492
Leadership with a spiritual flavor: this superintendent taps into human relations skills to bring out the best in his staff, fuel achievement and control costs. Fratt, Lisa 662
Massachusetts needs more aid for poorest schools. 110
Megaconference Jr. = mega success. Fratt, Lisa 202
New teacher training. (Inside the law: analyzing, debating and explaining no child left behind. 84
No child left on their behind. Crane, Elizabeth 2069
Pilotting a paperless curriculum. Ezarik, Melissa 330
Positive power: school counselors are often the first line of defense for solving behavior and academic problems. Why mandating elementary counselors and group counseling makes sense for your district. Pascopella, Angela 3016
Pros and cons of Kerry's education plan. Pascopella, Angela 424
RFB&D's[R] learning through listening[TM]. 115
Software Tutorials: Atomic Learning. Ezarik, Melissa 208
States look for tech edge in NCLB. Richter, Allan 343
Stepping up for civics. Ezarik, Melissa 170
Summer program aims to boost reading. (Inside the law: analyzing, debating and explaining no child left behind. 137
The benefits of curriculum alignment. 636
The Book of Filemaker 6. Pascopella, Angela 109
The vanishing male teacher. Fratt, Lisa 410
ThinkPad X40: IBM. Ezarik, Melissa 85
Turn the Paige? Tierney, Margaret 276
U.S. tech availability stellar, despite reports. Sausner, Rebecca 442
What sort of mature culture relies on Jessica Simpson to "save the music?". Stager, Gary Column 712
Will he survive? In 18 months, New Orleans Superintendent Anthony Amato has rid his district of ghost teachers and focused haphazard curricula. So why is he involved in a nasty fight to retain his job? Schachter, Ron 2332
WinDVD Creator Platinum 2: Intervideo. Ezarik, Melissa 90
Winning the substitute game: attracting and retaining substitute teachers isn't just a game of chance. These district-tested moves and the ability to think like a sub can help. Ezarik, Melissa Cover Story 3586
Young minds need P-H-O-N-I-C-S. Scarpa, Steven 616

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