Table of Contents: District Administration, Oct 2005

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Cover Story

The majority of your district's budget is locked into fixed costs, so how do you decide where to cut

Features

Feature

Administrators are learning that the art of teaching reading isn't fundamental.
The majority of your district's budget is locked into fixed costs, so how do you decide where to cut
Following the country's greatest natural disaster, educators, politicians and everyday citizens have
There are 9 million rural students in the U.S. Here's some expert advice to make sure your students
Some schools and researchers find that technology doesn't drive educational transformation
District case studies show how to integrate A/V and IT

Opinion

Online Edge

Here's how to offer students and staff members in your district an online voice.

Solutions

Administrator Profile

David Baird, Eminence (Ky.) Independent School District

District Profile

Hamilton County (Tenn.) Schools

Problem/Solution

Problem: Jersey City (N.J.) school officials found that collecting and storing district data was one

Research Center

Education data and research analysis from Edvantia

Briefings

Inside The Law

Legal issues at national, state and local levels.

Departments

Schools are looking to teach children first, and ask questions later.
The latest offerings in books, hardware, software and the Internet