Articles: DA Archive

Special Report: States of Debate: The Golden State Loses Its Luster

After having a rich and unique history as an education leader, California starts to crumble under fiscal uncertainty. The third in a three state series.

What Will Move the Needle?

Only one technology has the potential to make an authentic impact on student achievement.

New Products

The latest in hardware, software, books and materials, facilities and the Internet.

Race to the Top or to the Bottom?

Overhauling teacher evaluation systems has the potential to undo some of the good work of past reforms.

The Push for Public Preschool

More districts are seeing the advantages of school readiness and preparing youngsters for their K12 careers.

Bus Driver Training

It is not only about driving the bus. Student management is vital to safety.

Fate of String Programs Uncertain

Student interest in string programs nationwide have increased, according to a study by the National String Project Consortium (NSCP).

Film Exposes Rights Denied to Children

Documentary film, A Right Denied: The Critical Need for Genuine School Reform, examines the need for children of all economic backgrounds in the United States have the same education.

San Diego Pilot: Latest Test of Augmented Reality

An experimental initiative that tests the potential of augmented reality for K12 education has begun in the San Diego Museum of Art.

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