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Articles from District Administration (September 1, 2004)

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15" LCD tablet monitor (PI-1500). 108
2004 Big Book of Ideas and Solutions catalog. 86
ACTIVboard Pro: Promethean. Ezarik, Melissa 133
Advanced classes give edge. Brief Article 98
Are your students making gains like these? 87
AV/IT convergence drives installations. Interview 832
By the numbers on distance education: a data bank on education trends for district leaders. Dianis, Laura Brief Article 255
Calendar of events. Calendar 262
Can't hack the hackers? Pascopella, Angela Brief Article 210
Code Hacking: a Developer's Guide to Network Security. Pascopella, Angela 94
Counter Hack: a Step-by-Step Guide to Computer Attacks and Effective Defenses. Pascopella, Angela 138
Crossing the barrier. D'Orio, Wayne Editorial 640
Culture of trouble makers plaques schools. Fratt, Lisa 366
Decision: diversity. Brief Article 109
DOE's $2 billon windfall: use it or lose it. Pascopella, Angela 410
Dropping the dropout rate nearly 1 in 7 of this district's students weren't graduating in 1990. Now the dropout rate is less than 1 percent. Here's why. Shields, Charles J. 1019
eLearning Artisan: GSELearning software. Ezarik, Melissa 84
Embarrassing testing errors. Brief Article 102
Failure free keeps its promise to the mobile county school system: non-readers move into literacy with online and print program. 708
Federal grant a good start. Brief Article 113
Gary Stager on one-sided parent contracts: here's a list of promises I think schools should keep. Stager, Gary 606
Going the extra mile: thanks to a partnership in rural Colorado, districts can offer students hard-to-schedule classes. Lawler, Michelle 558
Hand scanners in middle school. Silverman, Fran 305
High-tech tools for free. Brief Article 113
Hitachi and Troxell offer K-12 scholarship/grant rebate program. 236
HV-7100SX: ELMO. Ezarik, Melissa 102
Individual reading intervention service: istation.com. Ezarik, Melissa 128
ISRK sloped under desk rack: Middle Atlantic Products. Ezarik, Melissa 95
Kenneth Dragseth on field trips: safety concerns and NCLB requirements should not scare districts into eliminating travel for students. Dragseth, Kenneth 707
L.A. combats absenteeism. Brief Article 105
Largest Ed union sees promise in Kerry. Brief Article 93
Leading to reading: for some, the urge to read whatever, whenever, wherever is strong and instinctive. For many others, a little persuasion may be in order. Here are 24 reading motivation efforts to consider for the new school year. Ezarik, Melissa 3850
Left for academic doom, teen proves the experts wrong. Scarpa, Steven 359
MARC source: Sagebrush. Ezarik, Melissa 112
MediaLink[TM] controller with IP Link[TM] (MLC 226 IP). 126
More PCs please! Brief Article 84
MP250 interactive lectern: SMART Technologies. Ezarik, Melissa 172
NEA Professional Library. 80
New format will help handicapped materials be ready sooner. Lawler, Michelle Brief Article 220
New teacher certification program angers NEA. Griffin, Andrea 416
Odvard Egil Dyrli on cell phone camera policies: how should you police a technology capable of doing as much harm as good? Dyrli, Odvard Egil 658
On solid ground: with a dedicated pro leading the climb, schools in this North Carolina county are in good hands. Lawler, Michelle 587
Opening a blind eye. Ezarik, Melissa 351
PC giants embrace enviro-friendly dumping. Brief Article 122
Pixie Display control system (PXE-DCM). 109
PJ520: ViewSonic Corp. Ezarik, Melissa 93
PowerLite 835p: Epson. Ezarik, Melissa 98
Principals for success. 654
Private school hopefuls foot their own bill. Brief Article 115
Prosper assessment system: Pearson NCS. Ezarik, Melissa 139
Pure digital fiberlink 7220 series: Communications Specialties. Ezarik, Melissa 96
Q&A with one of the main architects of NCLB. Pascopella, Angela Interview 1212
Reading coaches take on leadership role. Lawler, Michelle Brief Article 196
Remote control for AV classrooms. Dodson, Lee 674
RFB&D's[R] Learning Through Listening[TM]. 109
Rod Rock on technology adoption: my district didn't just buy new A/V equipment and offer professional development to teachers. We removed all our outdated equipment. Rock, Rod 623
Sanako Study 100, v.5.0: Sanako Corp.. Ezarik, Melissa 87
Scientists gain celebrity status. Ezarik, Melissa Brief Article 193
Show me the numbers: how data drives school and student improvement. Pascopella, Angela 2491
Starboard T-15XL: Hitachi Software Engineering America. Ezarik, Melissa 105
State and local funds not enough. Brief Article 126
State-by-state rankings. Pascopella, Angela Brief Article 121
Steal This Computer Book 3. Pascopella, Angela 93
Tests too hard? Now too easy. Brief Article 113
The fine line of sexual misconduct. Silverman, Fran 358
The ideal K-12 classroom: it has as much to do with the mindset of the education professionals as the available equipment or technology. Pfeffer, Ben 1008
The sound of America. Ezarik, Melissa Brief Article 306
The technology enables higher Ed. Valenti, Mark S. 889
Think small: small schools are a big deal in education reform, but here are some pitfalls to avoid as you try to downsize your large high schools. Dessoff, Alan 2921
WA-300: The Watt Stopper. Ezarik, Melissa 95
Weighing the impact of N.Y. schools' scandals. Richter, Allan 548
What works in middle school math. Ezarik, Melissa Brief Article 153
Windy city uses fliers and radio ads for tutoring. Pascopella, Angela Brief Article 123
www.SchoolSpring.com.: ScboolSpring. Ezarik, Melissa 85
XG-MB60X and PF-MB70X: Sharp. Ezarik, Melissa 81

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