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When it comes to boosting the nutritional and academic value of school meals, Janet Poppendieck certainly offers food for thought. A nationally recognized scholar and activist whose work focuses on […]
Dennis R. Maple, President, First Student, Inc. How do you build a workforce culture centered around safety? School bus drivers carry the nation’s most important assets: our children. And with […]
A renovated auto repair garage now houses Maryville High School’s growing culinary arts program as well as Café Le Rêve, a dining enterprise that caters to the local community.
The great majority of school violence prevention programs do not work. This is demonstrated by bullying continuing at unprecedented rates. Also, rampage school shootings—which the National Research Council calls a […]
Lunch shaming is the sort of term that never existed until this past spring, when it was seemingly everywhere. It refers to cafeteria policies advocates say punish students who are […]
Years ago, educators at Fremont Middle School in Illinois provided students with engaging projects. Students sat on floors and gathered in hallways, vestibules and staircases, says Joan Shanahan, Fremont School […]
By combining the plumbing of the internet with heavy-duty encryption, a VPN can help keep a district’s secrets. Under the surface, VPNs use a technique known as tunneling to create […]
Solar power can provide a ray of sunshine for districts looking to control energy expenses. A sustainable and clean power source, solar involves very few moving parts and requires little […]
WHAT: Ross Shaw Sterling Aviation High School WHERE: Houston ISD, Texas Sterling Aviation High School, a magnet school, has taught aviation sciences, maintenance and operations, including flight certification, those interested […]
Many district administrators seem to agree that teenagers need more sleep. A new study released in February indicates that attendance and graduation rates may match the science, too. Published in […]
Shawn Joseph, director of schools in Metro Nashville Public Schools in Tennessee, created four new groups of K12 educational facilities. Each group will consist of about 40 schools and have […]
Editor’s note: DA’s new security column will appear quarterly. The world of security can be daunting. Security tools and technologies are often expensive, and school leaders are not typically trained […]
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