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Articles from District Administration (February 1, 2005)

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17 creative ways to enhance computer use in your district. Stager, Gary 718
A school by any other name ... Sturgeon, Julie Brief Article 226
A year of language learning. Ezarik, Melissa Brief Article 151
Are your students making gains like these? 82
Bilingual Math Tutorials: Smarthinking. 115
Building blocks: it's kindergarten prep taken to a whole new level, where getting the teachers and parents ready is just as important as educating students. Fratt, Lisa 345
By the numbers on crime and safety: a databank on education trends for district leaders. Dianis, Laura Illustration 347
Calendar of events. Calendar 165
Chicago fights feds to tutor own students. Pascopella, Angela Brief Article 319
College Research and Matching: Destination-U. Ezarik, Melissa 107
Colorado charters defy trend. Brief Article 91
Concert Inform v3: Pearson Digital Learning. 112
Do these Web sites work? Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't. Learn what our online expert, Odvard Egil Dyrli, says is right-and wrong-with these district Web sites. Dyrli, Odvard Egil Product/Service Evaluation 837
Dyscalculia screener: Tool factory. Ezarik, Melissa 104
Education budget rises but falls short of needs. Fratt, Lisa 586
EMS Professional Version 9.0: Dean Evans & Associates. Ezarik, Melissa 102
Encouraging, and controlling, fundraising. D'Orio, Wayne Editorial 609
ETS Pulliam's focus on Standards[TM] helps meet goals in English and Math; California district taps teacher-leaders to spearhead program implementation. Advertisement 548
Family support. Brief Article 240
File-swapping on the Internet has gone underground. Dyrli, Odvard Egil 642
First steps to literacy. Brief Article 115
Fundraising grows up; forget cute bake sales. Smart school districts are creating programs to raise big money to fund teachers and buildings. Schachter, Ron Cover Story 2544
Gates Foundation funds more early college high schools. Dessoff, Alan 480
Got milk? Brief Article 100
Grokker E.D.U.: Groxis. 91
Handheld Learning Environment 3.0: GoKnow. Ezarik, Melissa 111
Historic L.A. hotel's got class. Sturgeon, Julie 416 Ezarik, Melissa 97
Houston ISD expands its reach with Questia's Online Library: the 24/7 library where no book is ever "checked out". Advertisement 697
Initiating change. Brief Article 167
Inspiration 7.6/Kidspiration 2.1: Inspiration Software. Ezarik, Melissa 123
Just say no to misinformation. Ezarik, Melissa 327
Meaningful power of PISA? Ezarik, Melissa Brief Article 216
Medical rotation: education conversions. Sturgeon, Julie 340
Middle school pollution sleuths. Ezarik, Melissa Brief Article 202
NCLB basics. Pascopella, Angela Brief Article 207
NEA Professional Library. 83
New Orleans leader safe. Brief Article 99
PC Manifest v1.0: Fortres Grand Corp. 102
PDExpress and MyPDC 2005: Lucid Data Corp. Ezarik, Melissa 101
Pinnacle PDA: Excelsior Software. Ezarik, Melissa 184
Positively powerful: a lifetime of energetic optimism helps this superintendent shine, even though as a kid, she couldn't. Chase, Jennifer Elise 514
Preparing for tests with tests. Sausner, Rebecca 440
Retention or promotion? Wrong question. 663
Rural tutors. Pascopella, Angela Brief Article 102
School crime is down, or is it? Scarpa, Steven 444
Seattle school water gets clean. Brief Article 83
Separate but equal: ensuring your school facilities are on an even keel can prevent the worst kind of construction headaches--those that come out of something positive for the district. Kendler, Preggy Bresnick 2937
SMART Board Software 9.0: SMART technologies. 189
Task Force suggests system to track dropout rate. Scarpa, Steven Brief Article 277
Technology cuts run deep. Pascopella, Angela 389
The K-8 bunch: K-8 schools are growing in popularity across the country. Do they really lead to fewer discipline problems and better academic performance? Patton, Carol 1583
The kindergarten survival kit. Brief Article 209
The Reading Assistant Manager: Soliloquy Learning. 99
Time to Lead: Lucerne Media. 80
TIMMS 2003: a chance to celebrate, reflect. Ezarik, Melissa 528
Title IX: does it protect educators from retribution? Silverman, Fran 338
Using senses together boost academics. 94
Which comes first: the principal or the school? Sturgeon, Julie 549
Without boundaries: technology in the arts gives students an open universe to explore and discover their own creative talents in music, dance, theater and visual arts. Pascopella, Angela 2688
WTKAD-Tuffy cubbie workstation/activity desk: H. Wilson Co. Ezarik, Melissa 104

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