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The best administrators I’ve seen in my career all have a burning desire to succeed, and they relish a new challenge. The need for a strong and motivated leader is […]
Just about every major company uses sophisticated enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to streamline procedures, automate purchasing and monitor finances. Now, some early adopters in K12 education have deployed ERP […]
Everything might work smoothly now, but Los Angeles USD’s first try at automated payroll in 2007 failed, with some employees getting overpaid while others didn’t get a check or were […]
Gone are the days when a mechanic can pop the hood of a car, take a look around and figure out what to do. Today’s auto shop graduates use diagnostic […]
Superintendent Curtis Cain, whose students in the Wentzville School District in Missouri follow the Project Lead the Way curriculum, have brought CTE education to life through projects such as creating […]
Steven Yates has a message for would-be school librarians. “If you’re coming to this because you like to read and you want to manage a collection of books, then you […]
Digital library content spans fiction, nonfiction, test prep, professional development materials and more. Overdrive’s catalog has 4 million ebooks, audiobooks and videos, and is used by 17,000 schools worldwide, says […]
During the 2014-15 school year, Pahokee Middle School principal Michael Aronson was asked by his superintendent to visit another school in his Florida district, Acreage Pines Elementary, which was an […]
Text messages are one of the most effective ways to keep high school students on track once they’ve begun the college application and enrollment process. About 1 in 5 high […]
Brent Fruhwirth has taught social studies at Little Miami High School in Morrow, Ohio, for two decades. He was surprised last year when he was asked to pilot McGraw-Hill Education’s […]
Graduates of Chicago Public Schools are returning to class—as tech experts who help teachers and staff with computer glitches. The program, operated by the national nonprofit Genesys Works, helps high […]
Nearly 30 percent of U.S. high school students admitted to using a connected device to cheat on a classroom exam or project, according to a recent survey. And 31 percent […]
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