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In other news, a superintendent helps his district earn an A-plus Fitch rating and another creates a successful master-based learning model.
In North Dakota, the phrase “You don’t have to recover from a good start” drives Superintendent Kirsten Baesler as she works to expand online preschool to rural communities.
Refreshed mission and vision statements and school logos allow district leaders to tell a more relevant story to their communities.
Prevention is key to reducing student use of e-cigarettes, say DA guest columnists Melinda Ickes, Jim Pauly and Beth Magner of the University of Kentucky. Here are four strategies.
Traditional school schedules fail to take advantage of the natural, daily cycle of a student’s cognitive abilities, which are analytical earlier in the day, fall into a trough around noon, and become more creative later.
In honor of Black History Month, DA guest columnist Jessie Woolley-Wilson addresses what educators can learn from the first African American woman and man to earn doctorates in math—and the continued importance of role models of color.
Building relationships, setting expectations and showing appreciation are key to student and staff success. But we can’t get there if we don’t listen and connect, says DA guest columnist Ericka R. Hursey, who is principal of Lower Richland High School in South Carolina.
District Administration is pleased to invite you to our upcoming CAO Summit in Dallas, Texas. This exclusive professional development promises to be a time for rich learning and collaboration. We […]
Some may grumble that encouraging activism indoctrinates students with certain political beliefs, but experts say civic engagement teaches key skills.
LRP Media Group has released an update to its EDGAR-Plus: Education Department General Administrative Regulations — Fourth Edition. This latest version includes new U.S. Education Department guidance gleaned from state […]
School districts have been overwhelmed with the array of ed tech. For many K-12 leaders, the answer has been to hire instructional technology coaches to guide classroom implementation.
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