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Articles from The Education Innovator (February 2, 2006)

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A new breed of leaders is emerging from a master's-degree program that combines courses in education and business. Brief article 90
A team of professors from the University of Nevada, Reno contends that principals who have clearly defined goals for their staff and tackle problems rather than symptoms in their schools are more likely than "care-taker" styled principals to help their schools move off the No Child Left Behind Act's "in need of improvement" list. Brief article 120
After 21 years in the Army, Joseph Cofield switched careers to be with 12-year-olds at Bonita Springs Middle School in Bonita Springs (FL) where he now teaches social studies. Brief article 164
After a rocky, 10-year journey, charter schools in Tucson and across Arizona are showing signs of success. Brief article 81
Elementary public charter school students perform at higher levels than students in traditional schools, according to a report released by the Colorado Department of Education. Brief article 86
KIPP Foundation. Brief article 115
Learning in the Arts for Children and Youth Program. 99
Literacy and PRIDE help close the achievement gap at Viers Mill Elementary School. 1205
Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities. 105
Officials who run the Washington DC school voucher program are calling it a success. Brief article 100
On February 8, an interactive online presentation will introduce an online toolkit, Building Choice, (See Innovator, January 13) produced by the Office of Innovation and Improvement under U.S. Department of Education contract with WestEd. 110
Pleasant View Magnet School is one of the most popular of the nine magnets in the Lansing School District (MI). Brief article 86
Secretary Spellings commemorated the 20th anniversary of the loss of the space shuttle Challenger in a statement noting, "Christa McAuliffe [a teacher who was to be the first private citizen in space] wanted to inspire students across the country by sharing the wonders of space and science with them. Brief article 81
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools recently released a brief, Stunting Growth: the Impact of State-Imposed Caps on Charter Schools. Brief article 89
Under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), every State is required to monitor and evaluate its supplemental educational services (SES) providers. Brief article 94

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