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How do you spend your money? The majority of your district's budget is locked into fixed costs, so how do you decide where to cut? We asked and you answered. Cover Story Oct 1, 2005 3935
Gifted education: deceived, denied and in crisis: why gifted ed still matters and what you can do to improve your district's offerings. Sep 1, 2005 3425
Proposed billion dollar law for excellent teachers. Aug 1, 2005 329
Making assessments work: your district just overhauled its assessments. Are you sure these improvements are reaching your students? Aug 1, 2005 2377
"Common sense" says American schools suffer from low expectations. Interview Jul 1, 2005 326
Is your network slowing you down? Many older networks can't keep up with the applications schools want to offer and the data requirements of NCLB. Learn how these smart districts are fixing their problems. Jul 1, 2005 2476
Amato falls in New Orleans. Jun 1, 2005 374
First things first: this superintendent took on the tough task of building a district from scratch. Biography Jun 1, 2005 599
Starting early to reach high goals. May 1, 2005 345
Bush's budget: taking from Peter to pay Paul? Apr 1, 2005 650
A need, not a perk: this district's high priority on gifted and talented programs has given students an edge--and helped the system combat shrinking enrollment. Apr 1, 2005 1142
Boosting technology and communication in Big Apple. Apr 1, 2005 345
New speed limits on cyber highway. Apr 1, 2005 412
"Quality" stressed in ed tech plan. Mar 1, 2005 428
Preparing for tests with tests. Feb 1, 2005 440
Hot technologies. Jan 1, 2005 402
Schools get more rights under revised IDEA law. Jan 1, 2005 363
Speak up, teach! Dec 1, 2004 430
Children first: urban districts have been dealing with a growing special ed population by doing a better job identifying these students and measuring exactly how they learn. Dec 1, 2004 2345
A New York minute comes to school. Nov 1, 2004 411
Talking about a [silent] revolution: PC makers haven't realized the widespread adoption of tablet PCs trumpeted two years ago. But if the small group of early users have their way, tablets will be the next big thing in educational technology. Oct 1, 2004 2009
Ready or not: if your district is finally getting its head above water in meeting NCLB's English and math requirements, get ready for the next wave. Science requirements start next year and you may already be behind. Cover Story Aug 1, 2004 2661
High-stakes testing: not so bad. Jul 1, 2004 220
U.S. tech availability stellar, despite reports. Jul 1, 2004 442
Creating collaboration: these forward thinking districts are making their vendors work together. Jul 1, 2004 1690
New York targets social promotion of third graders. Jun 1, 2004 488
Hand in hand: together, Michigan administrators are learning to enhance leadership and decision-making by using handhelds. Jun 1, 2004 2270
Fire and peace in NYC schools. May 1, 2004 487
High-tech experiments: these Michigan students are using professional equipment to learn physics. Mar 1, 2004 1465
Making paperwork fulfilling: student information systems may sound dull, but picking the right one and using it the right way can save time and improve teaching. Buyers Guide Nov 1, 2003 1412
Profiles in solutions: glimpse how easy it can be to print, do a presentation, read e-mail, connect to the Internet and perform assessments with your handheld. Directory Nov 1, 2003 1479
Anaheim's test drive: what do teachers need to create a tech-forward classroom? This district found an unusual way to make sure the teachers' demands are met. Sep 1, 2003 1581
Oakland's perfect storm leads to state takeover. (Update: education news from schools, businesses, research and government agencies). Aug 1, 2003 354
Atmosphere for inquiry: the new rules of science lab construction. (Special section: construction trends). Aug 1, 2003 1953
Seeing is believing: school districts are using high-tech, and low-tech, approaches to make sure students are safe. (Special section: school security). Cover Story Jul 1, 2003 2267
CEO superintendents gaining clout. (Update: education news from schools, businesses, research and government agencies). Apr 1, 2003 382
Are desktops dead? Technology--and how it is used--is changing quickly. But 85 percent of the computers schools expect to purchase this year are still desktops. Is this a sign that districts remain out of touch, or an understanding of exactly how districts are using computers? Apr 1, 2003 1778
Charter success. (Update: education news from schools, business, research and professional organizations). Brief Article Mar 1, 2003 243
Want to volunteer? Fingerprints, please. (Update: education news from schools, business, research and). Brief Article Mar 1, 2003 258
Educator before her time. (Update: education news from schools, business, research and). Brief Article Mar 1, 2003 146
Short on teachers or not? (Update: education news from schools, business, research and). Brief Article Mar 1, 2003 223
Projecting the future: same dead frog. Less mess. Document cameras can do a lot more than you'd think. They can allow a class of students to see a live dissection of a frog while keeping their hands clean. Mar 1, 2003 1403
Young children bring pot to school. (Update: education news from schools, business, research and professional organizations). Brief Article Feb 1, 2003 244
Pledge of performance: sensing where the power lies, this superintendent has joined with politicians to help create workable education policies. (Administrator profile: Earl J. Lennard). Feb 1, 2003 759
Seeing clearly: multimedia stations allow teachers to engage an entire classroom on a subject, using the Internet, DVDs and PhotoShop through a projector. (Special section: presentation systems). Jan 1, 2003 1561
So you want to be a politician: civic lessons are most fruitful when they put students right in the middle of political action. Take a look inside a mock Congress and other interactive programs to find out how to get your students immersed. Nov 1, 2002 2254
Music to their ears: perhaps the world's first palm computer-powered orchestra debuted this spring when Spokane students composed and performed original music using their handhelds. Cover Story Nov 1, 2002 2319
Desperately seeking teachers: throw a dart at a map of the United States and you'll likely hit a district that is having trouble finding qualified math and science teachers. Oct 1, 2002 2022
Teaming with nature: this rural district emphasizes an environmental approach to all aspects of curricula. . Sep 1, 2002 1362
Everything old is new again: here are three notable renovations that can help guide you through your district's current or upcoming work. (Focus: school building)(Cover Story). Cover Story Feb 1, 2002 1910

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