Table of Contents: District Administration, Jan 2006

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Cover Story

Seven districts have joined together to collaborate, share best practices and most of all, improve t

Features

Feature

Seven districts have joined together to collaborate, share best practices and most of all, improve t
This educator's latest book shines a bright light on what he calls this country's big shame--not only
With reams of numbers and test results at their fingertips, more district leaders are making decisio
Results from Nation's Report Card show slow progress.
District leaders focus on hiring the best qualified teachers. But then what?
New technologies, such as wikis, blogs and podcasting, help media centers create cutting edge e-lear
With the right technology on board, teachers can learn just about anything
Go beyond firewalls and content filters to soup up network protection without busting your budget
Why CoSN wants to help districts protect their technology assets
Social studies and hot-button issues go hand in hand. Here's how to prevent inevitable sparks from f

Opinion

Online Edge

Bogus blogs plague online research and threaten personal sites.

Solutions

Administrator Profile

William Andrekopoulos, Milwaukee Public Schools
Calm During The Storm

District Profile

School District of Manatee County, Florida

Problem/Solution

Problem: Coordinating professional development among the Granite School District's nearly 4,000 teac

Research Center

Education data and research analysis from Edvantia

Briefings

Inside The Law

Legal issues at national, state and local levels

Departments

Let's abandon the idea we can't create a national k-12 system and decide instead if we want to.
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