Articles: DA Archive

Google and Microsoft Go to School

The computing giants compete to provide powerful online applications to school districts—for free.

ACLU Appeals Single-Sex Classroom Decision in Louisiana

The ACLU appealed a case against the Vermilion Parish (La.) Public School District for instituting gender-separate classes.

Reforms Aplenty

In just one year, there have been more education reforms proposed and enacted than in the preceding decade.

Professional Development in an Era of Budget Cuts

We asked our advisory panel of administrators what their districts are doing for professional development as they face tighter budgets.

New Study Shows Racially Segregated Schools Not Equal

A new study reports poor performance of minority students, regardless of race or ethnicity, in schools that have mostly minority students since NCLB implementation.

Harvard Study Examines Teacher Effectiveness

A new study reveals that teacher effectiveness is not only unrelated to the college the teacher attended, but also that teacher effectiveness peaks after 10 years.

Unleashing a Quiet Revolution

DA Senior Editor Angela Pascopella recently caught up with U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan.

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