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Articles from District Administration (January 1, 2005)

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Around the world trip. Millard, Elizabeth Brief Article 115
Banking the best of tests. Ezarik, Melissa Brief Article 271
By the numbers on educational equality: a data bank on education trends for district leaders. Dianis, Laura Illustration 402
ClassStation solutions: Polycom. Ezarik, Melissa 208
Colorado schools deal online learning trend. Scarpa, Steve Brief Article 249
Connections for comprehension: Curriculum Associates, Inc. Ezarik, Melissa 93
Debate over NAEP: too easy? Pascopella, Angela 339
Delayed trip. Millard, Elizabeth Brief Article 211
Did the tail wag dog? Pascopella, Angela 456
Don't go it alone: strategic partnering can help school districts improve services and cut costs. Kinnaman, Daniel E. Editorial 250
Double duty: how this school district receives greater impact partnering for food and custodial services. 473
DS+25 digital projector: Christie. Ezarik, Melissa 83
E-rate weathers change. Pascopella, Angela 369
ETS Pulliam's focus on standards drives student scores past expectations: Paramount High School showed significant improvement in almost every area. Advertisement 620
Fearless of heights: discontent--even with a positive status quo--keeps this education leader striving for ever higher goals. Cotlier, Moira 627
Gary Stager on the State of Ed Tech: why the tech movement is on life support. Stager, Gary 677
Heading for the border. Millard, Elizabeth Brief Article 144
Healthy choices: for better selection, nutritional awareness and cost savings, districts are opting to outsource food services. 1460
Heart of the school: the school library is as valuable as learning how to read and compute. But it's a tough sell for administrators. Pascopella, Angela 2317
High schools: the next frontier to tackle. Dessoff, Alan Brief Article 273
Hot technologies. Sausner, Rebecca 402
In search of the elusive answer. D'Orio, Wayne Editorial 638
InClass: The InCom Corp. Ezarik, Melissa 98
It's all here in black & white: why is red[R] professional development the best way to raise reading achievement? Advertisement 389
Judging a book by its uniform. Brief Article 91
Keep Gary Stager, lose the apologies. Elkins, Nancy S. Letter to the Editor 657
Laying out. Pascopella, Angela Brief Article 320
Lexia primary reading: Lexia Learning Systems. Ezarik, Melissa 84
LT245 and LT265 projectors: NEC. Ezarik, Melissa 104
Making the connection. Millard, Elizabeth Brief Article 110
Microsoft high: Philadelphia and the software giant combine to create the "most unique education structure in the world". D'orio, Wayne 1368
MLC 226 IP, 104 IP MediaLink controllers: Extron Electronics. Ezarik, Melissa 100
More people unite for more changes in law. Pascopella, Angela 436
Mutual funds get in the game. Ezarik, Melissa Brief Article 241
Myths & facts K-12 realities. Brief Article 259
Odvard Egil Dyrli on podcasting: do-it-yourself radio is spreading across the Internet like wildfire. 663
Of money and basketball. Ezarik, Melissa 87
On solid ground: outsourcing facility operations and maintenance keeps school buildings up-to-date and contributes to a positive learning environment. 1242
Powerlite 821p: Epson. Ezarik, Melissa 112
PresentationPro packages: Califone. Ezarik, Melissa 109
Promising practices for no child. Pascopella, Angela Brief Article 110
Q&A with performance poet Nile Stanley. Ezarik, Melissa Interview 745
Realis SX50: Canon. Ezarik, Melissa 186
School smarts: smart strategies on how to generate savings, increase efficiencies and enhance quality. 1685
School using watermarks on report cards. Silverman, Fran Brief Article 187
SchoolNet 5.0: SchoolNet, Inc. Ezarik, Melissa 96
Schools get more rights under revised IDEA law. Sausner, Rebecca 363
SD-R5372 drive: Toshiba Samsung Storage Technologies. Ezarik, Melissa 115
Seeing the world, staying at home: this county fights its geographic isolation by providing and promoting videoconferencing for student and staff enrichment. Millard, Elizabeth 421
SynchronEyes 5.1: SMART Technologies, Inc. Ezarik, Melissa 95
Targeting reading difficulties. Ezarik, Melissa 102
Teachers say student performance unaffected by law. Brief Article 90
Teachers' Domain Professional Development courses: WGBH Educational Foundation. Ezarik, Melissa 95
Thanks for the apology. Groff, Patrick Letter to the Editor 90
The effective school board: do whatever it takes to get your board to understand its role and to communicate civilly with each other. Crane, Elizabeth 2429
The middle ages: the building of nations: Teaching for Thinking. Ezarik, Melissa 108
Tungsten T5: palmOne. Ezarik, Melissa 107
TurboTools 1.0.1: Big6 Learning Resources. Ezarik, Melissa 98
Upper deck U.S. history: Upper Deck. Ezarik, Melissa 88
Voters send mixed messages on funding education. Silverman, Fran 473
webEdition: webEdition Software Ltd. Ezarik, Melissa 84
What they're saying: on November 17, 2004, President Bush nominated Margaret Spellings to serve as the nation's eighth education secretary. Here's what education insiders and Washington players have to say. Cover Story 561
Whole in one: education leaders who make thoughtful choices about their own continuous learning can drive entire districts forward. Ezarik, Melissa Cover Story 3665
Wiley Publishing: Adobe InDesign CS Bible. Pascopella, Angela Book Review 81
Writing: the neglected R returns. 728

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