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An elementary school writing program, a comprehensive fitness regimen and vigorous college and career preparedness in all grades exemplify innovation. Such initiatives earned honors for 62 school systems in District […]
On the top floor of a new building overlooking the Hudson River in Yonkers, New York, just north of the Bronx, Superintendent Michael Yazurlo settles in his office after returning […]
A living, breathing teacher is the best tool to assess a written essay. However, DA found a few tools that can do almost the same job, pointing out narrative, organization […]
When Sheila M. Harrity leads, she makes an impact. Last fall, when she became superintendent-director of Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School DistrictÑbetter known as Monty TechÑHarrity hit the ground running, […]
Edward Gonzalez says teachersÑand classified employeesÑcan make wise decisions about the classroom and technical training they receive. Madera USD sits in the center of California in the San Joaquin Valley, […]
An engineering project in a Tennessee high school grew into a compassionate mission to build an innovative dome to grow fresh food for a rural Central American orphanage. The adventure […]
District Administration presents its second consecutive Year Ahead edition to help K12 educators navigate the new year. This special section offers in-depth stories focused on the future of leadership, smart […]
Tucked among the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia is a high-poverty school district that looks a lot like the United Nations. It was something Harrisonburg City Public Schools Superintendent Scott Kizner […]
Here are some tips from Jen VonLintel, of School Therapy Dogs: Find studies that show benefits. A binder of research and examples of dogs working in schools can be key […]
At age 14, David Vroonland says he knew he would serve young people. An atypical childhood brought him to that point. His mother, who was in foster care, was about […]
Why settle for one superintendent when you can have three? It’s happening at District 49 in the Pikes Peak region of Colorado. Peter Hilts is chief education officer. He considers […]
Meria Carstarphen is a team player—literally. She has played football in the hot summer sun alongside varsity players at Atlanta Public Schools. The district superintendent also gives her personal cell […]
Beth Schiavino-Narvaez has led Hartford Public Schools in Connecticut for two years. But it’s been two decades since a landmark state court case—Sheff vs. O’Neill—ruled that Hartford schools had violated […]
For decades, the J. Sterling Morton High School District in the Chicago suburbs was in bad shape. It had a gang problem. Some students underperformed on state tests and were […]
Teacher Ron Hustvedt is selling a smart product. In his classroom at the Salk STEM Magnet School in Elk River School District in Minnesota, Hustvedt encourages his history students to […]
Some parents of students in Magazine, Arkansas, can’t afford the gas to drive their sick child 50 miles to the nearest doctor, says Brett Bunch, superintendent of the town’s school […]
School districts in Los Angeles and other sanctuary cities are bracing for an impact from President Trump’s executive order to withhold federal support from sanctuary cities. LAUSD stands to lose […]
The E-rate program, which is entering its 20th cycle and is worth about $4 billion, is still giving. It can still help districts connect their school buildings to the internet—unbeknownst […]
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