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Professional development for the new century: teacher education programs address a growing number of non-English speaking students. Jun 1, 2007 2426
Cracking down on boundary hopping. Mar 1, 2007 366
Mentoring in Kentucky: district employees walk the walk. Mar 1, 2007 419
New test shows teens not so tech-savvy. Jan 1, 2007 211
Solving history mysteries. Jan 1, 2007 120
NSTA and NOAA take teachers online and underwater. Jan 1, 2007 183
Music + Math = unprecedented proficiency. Jan 1, 2007 302
AP at a glance. Jan 1, 2007 105
Past becomes future: a Brooklyn high school lays the foundation for the future of students by teaching them to value the past. Jan 1, 2007 1713
Uncovering the fountain of youth. Dec 1, 2006 201
AP science goes cutting edge. Dec 1, 2006 105
Inspiring the next generation of explorers. Dec 1, 2006 200
Touring National Parks in the digital era. Dec 1, 2006 144
Blogging the Pacific Rim. Dec 1, 2006 209
Math gets book of clarity. Nov 1, 2006 373
Eighth-grade science around the globe. Nov 1, 2006 207
Global science at a glance. Nov 1, 2006 80
Defining best practices in writing. Nov 1, 2006 195
Technology enriches science education. Interview Nov 1, 2006 195
China rolls out the welcome mat. Nov 1, 2006 120
Algebra's at-risk solution: districts deploy software to enhance and accelerate algebra instruction. Oct 1, 2006 1945
In the spotlight: projector companies respond to educators' calls for quieter, more cost-effective options. Sep 1, 2006 746
Growing Community Schools: these schools deliver academic improvement, increased attendance and reduced mobility. Sep 1, 2006 952
8th grade algebra: finding a formula for success: if your district is considering this trend, here's some advice on mathematics' good news/bad news situation. Jun 1, 2006 1319
Parents try to reclaim summer. Brief article Apr 1, 2006 246
Anonymous reporting technology. Brief article Apr 1, 2006 252
Getting tough on school shootings. Brief article Mar 1, 2006 208
Pinpointing substance abuse. Brief article Mar 1, 2006 184
Making cyberspace safer. Brief article Mar 1, 2006 273
The entrepreneurial approach: entrepreneurship holds the power to transform education. The tough question? Is the risk of sticking with the current system greater or less than the risk of innovation? Feb 1, 2006 1478
Data, data everywhere: results from Nation's Report Card show slow progress. Jan 1, 2006 1925
MIT's $100 laptop: will this machine change the way children are educated? Dec 1, 2005 1039
Preventing sudden cardiac arrest in schools. Nov 1, 2005 406
"Slyding" into playground safety. Brief Article Nov 1, 2005 125
Safer strolling to school. Brief Article Nov 1, 2005 200
Federal spotlight. Nov 1, 2005 86
Girls and technology. Sep 1, 2005 652
Early intervention: learn what smart districts are doing to identify students' learning disabilities and enhance instruction in pre-k. Sep 1, 2005 1728
Baltimore initiates first local High Shool Summit. Brief Article Jul 1, 2005 243
A dual life: he's an athletic star, a financial whiz and an architect of increased student performance--who is also supremely unpopular. Jul 1, 2005 610
Wishing for wellness: tackling adolescent health issues brings improved academic performance, reduces teen pregnancy and enhances the entire community's economic and physical health. Jun 1, 2005 1072
Solutions in special education: smart districts use tech-based approaches to keep special education requirements from draining staff and budgets. Jun 1, 2005 1978
Does NCLB leave some children behind? Brief Article May 1, 2005 238
Healthy directions: the 'new PE' tackles childhood obesity, stretches the mind and body and maximizes human and financial resources. May 1, 2005 1057
Graduation exams under the microscope. Apr 1, 2005 386
Taser tag is serious in schools. Apr 1, 2005 498
Tsunami spurs cross-curricular connections. Mar 1, 2005 451
Education budget rises but falls short of needs. Feb 1, 2005 586
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. Feb 1, 2005 345
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. Dec 1, 2004 361
Learn to work, work to learn: districts are redefining career connections through today's career and technical education programs. Dec 1, 2004 2554
Faculty & staff 'summer camp' offers edVentures for success: strong and targeted staff support is the common denominator for successful handheld implementations. Dec 1, 2004 895
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. Dec 1, 2004 571
Kentucky computers to fight cancer. Nov 1, 2004 317
Saturday school a class act: Kentucky kids become university students for a sixth day of school. Nov 1, 2004 749
Culture of trouble makers plaques schools. Sep 1, 2004 366
GED rates rise. Aug 1, 2004 380
The vanishing male teacher. Jul 1, 2004 410
Megaconference Jr. = mega success. Jul 1, 2004 202
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. Jul 1, 2004 662
Denver re-invents teacher pay. Jun 1, 2004 282
Wheels on the bus go ca-ching. May 1, 2004 395
Summer school: during an intensive week-long training session, educators learn how a handheld can serve as a springboard to change their schools and smooth their lives. May 1, 2004 944
Single-sex boom? Apr 1, 2004 406
Pushing for full-day kindergarten in Indiana. Mar 1, 2004 415
NCLB spurs N.J. tutoring business. Mar 1, 2004 218
Stepping up to teach: this district has addressed the shortage of minority math and science teachers by growing its own. Mar 1, 2004 1306
Edison buyout draws Ire in Florida. Feb 1, 2004 423
Feds uncover a new digital disconnect. Jan 1, 2004 380
Cyber ratings range from great to witch-like. Dec 1, 2003 212
Mississippi Delta renegade: this leading man reinvents a community with a can-do attitude, serious fundraising and a media blitz. Biography Dec 1, 2003 683
Finding funds, solving mysteries: student teams pull together to investigate a community health enigma--and make curricular connections in the process. Oct 1, 2003 1379
Urban mayors try collaborating. (Update: education news from schools, businesses, research and government agencies). Jul 1, 2003 434
Early literacy intervention: when 25 percent of students come from non-English speaking families, ensuring that students learn to read on time is no easy task. But, as this district shows, it can be done. (District Profile). Jul 1, 2003 1390
Houston shares its secrets. (Update: education news from schools, businesses, research and government agencies). Jun 1, 2003 464
Dialing for dollars. (Update: education news from schools, businesses, research and government agencies). Apr 1, 2003 358
Denver's political animal: whether it's taking teachers to the zoo or helping to bring in record donations, this educational outsider specializes in the unexpected. . Interview Dec 1, 2002 702
ACLU suit challenges internet blocking programs. [American Civil Liberties Union]. . Nov 1, 2002 345
Tobacco stains. (Notebook: education information from schools, business, research and professional organizations). Oct 1, 2002 539
Closing the achievement gap: Seattle tries again. (Notebook: educations information from schools, business, research and professional organizations). Sep 1, 2002 338
Government report: how to fix special education. . Sep 1, 2002 424
4 1/2 day school week: this district uses a two-pronged approach to improve its offerings: high-tech tools for the students and lots of professional development for the staff. (district profile). Apr 1, 2002 1224
Less is more: trimming the overstuffed curriculum: through a science curriculum "diet," districts discover that less topics could fatten students' understanding. (Focus: science). Mar 1, 2002 2327

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