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MOVING TARGET

Keeping up with the Web gets harder every year. In the time it took to read the last sentence, anoth

Technology and the College Admissions Process

When it comes to using the Web for researching potential schools, students aren't as smart about it.

Reel Time

Watching educators teach via video brings professional development to a new level.

No Place Like Home

Like 'em, hate 'em (or just tolerate them), portable classrooms are a fact of life for districts. Here's advice on planning for and using these modular units-and on thinking in new ways about their potential for learning

A DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION Special Section Presentation Systems

Projectors and whiteboards are rapidly invading today’s classrooms, making teaching more interactive, memorable and fun for students Here’s the practical advice you need for your district.

One state's quest for excellence

Starting with the sometimes overlooked library media center

Power to Lead

Seasoned administrators share strategies for identifying and encouraging potential leaders.

Keeping Safe, Staying Smart

Internet filters may help your district meet federal guidelines, but you may be missing a chance to teach students how to use the Web responsibly.

Business as Usual

Mixing career topics into the everyday classroom seals the school-to-work connection. And integration is not as tough as you'd think

An Online Textbool Case

You've heard the hype, but are online textbooks coming to a compuer near you anytime soon? Find out what these districts have learned

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