Lori Capullo

Lori Capullo is the executive editor for ETC Network's Education Group, including District Administration and University Business. A graduate of the University of Florida, she has been an award-winning editor in South Florida for more than 30 years and is a world traveler for life.

DA’s Top EdTech Products of the Year 2025 contest is now open!

The contest is now open for the District Administration Top EdTech Products awards, which are designed to showcase the latest in edtech innovation, with the emphasis on how these technology solutions are breaking new ground in the edtech market. 

These are our Top EdTech Product winners of 2024!

Working with the conference organizers, the editors of District Administration® conducted a comprehensive evaluation of approximately 210 submissions—the highest number to date. Come watch the winners demo their extraordinary products at FETC 2024 in Orlando this coming January.

The FETC Top Ed Tech Products awards application has closed.

The FETC Top Ed Tech Products awards application for 2023 has closed. Providers selected to continue in the process can expect to be notified of...

Seventh year running: Florida ranked #1 overall in education

For all its controversies with school boards, book banning, and a "Don't Say Gay" law, among others, Florida has again risen to the top of the U.S. News & World Report rankings in both K12 and higher ed.

‘What this technology can do is mind-blowing’: ChatGPT offers ‘quick wins’ for educators

Educator-turned-best-selling-author of The AI Classroom Dan Fitzpatrick shares his insight on AI in education and its potential to transform not just how students learn, but how they are taught.

Florida schools move closer to a 12-month school year

The proposed legislation to keep kids in class year-round would result in a pilot program to determine how participating districts handle issues such as transportation, budgeting and parent engagement.

FETC: 3 superintendents share their lessons learned from the 2020 school year

When the way our education system operates changed at a moment's notice in March 2020, it turned out there was much more district leaders had to figure out than simply how to keep students learning.

5 essential elements of a successful superintendent-school board relationship

If superintendents and school boards are to work together effectively, there are essential elements that must be prioritized.

Double trouble: COVID plus bad behavior in class equals a recipe for disaster

Traditional ways of disciplining students - including corporal punishment - must be examined and revised in order to effect lasting changes in behavior.

South Florida high school reveals state-of-the-art, expanded media lab

The unveiling and ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrated a collaborative undertaking by numerous visionaries, funders and sponsors.

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