Table of Contents: District Administration, Jul 2003

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Cover Story

She was Christa McAuliffe’s backup. Now elementary teacher Barbara Morgan is bound for outer space

Features

Feature

School garden projects are reaping the benefits of teaching community values and hands-on learning
Technology companies can make great partners--not just providers. Here's how to create and maintain collaborations that produce long-term benefits for all
It's always hard to predict the future, but who would have thought that artificial intelligence's big controbution to education would be to help the teacher
Construction planners now balance safety with education when designing, or redesigning, schools
NYC's Newest Safety Plan: New Schools for Troublemakers
School districts are using high-tech, and low-tech, approaches to make sure students are safe
She was Christa McAuliffe’s backup. Now elementary teacher Barbara Morgan is bound for outer space
The possibilities are nearly endless when educators form bonds with tech companies.

Opinion

Online Edge

Spyware threatens privacy and wastes district technology resources.

Solutions

Administrator Profile

This “ambidextrous” superintendent has learned that, in district leadership, there’s no such thing as too much preparation

District Profile

When 25 percent of students come from non-English speaking families, ensuring that students learn to read on time is no easy task. But, as this district shows, it can be done

Briefings

Inside The Law

Analyzing, Debating and Explaining No Child Left Behind