Perhaps it is because I taught in an era when computer courses and technology careers were almost exclusively male bastions, or because most of the participants in my Internet staff development programs are female, but I am always encouraged to meet and work with district
It began in 1994 as a small project that brought together a newly hired deputy superintendent and development officer.
I'm taking time out to reflect, and I invite you to do the same. No doubt you can remember where you were the morning of September 11. I was in Washington D.C., in my hotel room catching up on e-mail.
In a technology-equipped, Internet-connected science lab at Elk Grove High School in Illinois, the amoeba squirming beneath the lens of a student microscope is projected onto a screen for the entire class to observe.
The progress in this Hamilton City, Ohio, district led to kudos from President Bush
Do you remember what it was like to be a teacher reporting back to work? First, you received the principal's "dreaded letter" in late July, indicating fall was near and that great plans were in place for another exciting school year.