Subscribe to District Administration
Web replica of the print magazine.
Teachers learn how to use multimedia in the classroom through networking: both in person and on social networks. Twitter is a solid resource, says Matt Miller, a teacher and author […]
Platforms and apps that provide parents direct communication and unfiltered access to grades, schedules, school news and emergency announcements offer better access than ever before.
Many states and schools are turning to online distance education to help students access postsecondary courses or even a degree. However, students nationwide have varying access to adequate broadband speeds […]
The education technology market might have become easier for district leaders to navigate, thanks in part to a new nonprofit group, Technology for Education Consortium (TEC). Led by CEO and […]
A virtual school has helped remote Texas towns overcome the challenges of teaching Spanish. Guthrie Virtual School was founded in 2011 to provide state-mandated Spanish instruction to about a half-dozen […]
From testing problem-solving skills in the survivalist block-building adventure Minecraft to reinforcing science concepts in SimCityEDU, educators are integrating games in the classroom at an increasingly rapid rate. Game-Based Learning […]
Parents and educators hailed FERPA, COPPA and the Student Privacy Pledge as significant steps toward securing student data. But the Electronic Frontier Foundation believes that Google, a prominent player in […]
In this objective look into a subject that has generated much debate, Ovid K. Wong and Chak Lau examine critical elements in preparing teachers and decision-makers for the tenure application […]
Old computers may not be trendy, but as school tech budgets shrink or stagnate, many administrators try to squeeze the most life out of their aging devices. Recycling and retrofitting, […]
In many partnerships that bring businesses and schools together, a private or nonprofit third party serves as a bridge to the most successful collaborations. For Inspiration and Recognition of Science […]
In January, the Jackson Public Schools became the first district in Mississippi to launch an evening high school that students attend from 2:30 to 8:30 p.m. It’s designed for students […]
Leadership is never more critical than when creating and sustaining a data-centric learning culture, as Lane Mills advises in a white paper on how districts can access and integrate data […]
Forgot your password?
Lost your password? Please enter your email address. You will receive mail with link to set new password.
Back to login