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When resources are scarce and distances are vast, how can school districts leverage curriculum, technology and instructional support to deliver customized learning that breaks the industrial-age barriers of time, space, […]
When four South Carolina districts joined forces in 2013 to compete for a federal Race to the Top grant, their shared educational vision was clear: Teaching students to be creative […]
Once a month, Tim Mills, superintendent of Washington’s Bellevue Public Schools, sits down for a one-on-one conversation with each member of his school board. Obeying parameters honed in a 16-year […]
Landlines are out and internet-based phones are in for many schools this year, as the modernized E-rate program begins scaling back funds for traditional phone service. Discount rates for long-distance […]
As today’s students find themselves deciding money matters long before adulthood, progressive districts are introducing financial literacy lessons in elementary and middle gradesÑwith some requiring high school students to complete […]
Meriden, Connecticut, is a struggling, former industrial city, once known for its silver manufacturing, lamp producers, military product development, and automotive component assembly plants. We were both born there, to […]
Attacks by external hackers on Sony and Target make big headlines, but in K12 the threats more often come from the inside. Plaguing districts with increasing frequency are distributed denial […]
Nine out of 10 students recognize the importance of developing technology skills early to ensure they are prepared to enter the workforce, according to new research published by CompTIA, an […]
Big data and analytics now offer districts some clues about which teacher candidates will be the most effective in the classroom. These programs are designed to accurately gauge the impact […]
New York City students may soon learn formal lessons on climate change as a proposed curriculum continues to win endorsements from leading environmental groups. Two groups, the Alliance for Climate […]
Though known as a cradle of American history in colonial times, Boston was also a hotbed of desegregation in the 1960s and 1970s. Boston Public Schools has mandated a new […]
Presidio ISD, a remote, Title I, poverty-stricken Texas border district with a 98 percent Hispanic population, didn’t let limited financial resources block its goal of cultivating college-going ambitions among its […]
Our growing North Carolina district faced numerous facility challenges in the fall of 2013. Our aging building needed major renovations and we had significant safety concerns with our schools. The […]
Since 2002, African-American men and boys in Oakland, California, are about as likely to be shot to death as they are to graduate high school ready to attend a state […]
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