Articles: Business & Finance

Empowering California Parents

New regulations under the California Parent Empowerment Law give parents further rights to change low-performing schools.

Race to the Top’s New Early Learning Endeavor

This summer, the U.S. Department of Education has teamed up with the Department of Health and Human Services to invest in early childhood learning.

Finding the Right Purchasing Solution

Technology administrators share strategies for purchasing the products and technology that will be most effective at meeting district needs.

Funds for Learning Petition to FCC Succeeds

The USAC announced to the FCC that it has identified additional monies to fund FY 2010 E-rate Priority 2 requests at the 80 percent discount level.

Wisconsin’s Ripple Effect

Unions around the country are fearing their collective bargaining rights will too be taken away.

District-level Downsizing

Exploding state budget deficits are forcing administrators to cut their own jobs.

SPECIAL TECHNOLOGY REPORT: Partnering to Make One-to-One Work

We recently spoke with Eileen Lento, an education and government strategist at Intel, about her observations on one-to-one programs in K12 schools.

SPECIAL TECHNOLOGY REPORT: The Changing Role of the CTO

District technology leaders are taking on greater responsibilities and contributing to the strategic vision of school systems.

Too Many Cooks Spoil the Reform Broth

Educators should stay focused on what's important to students and help them and their families put the acrimonious public debate on education in proper perspective.

The Cradle-to-Career Solution

Providing a birth-to-employment education can stop students from falling through the cracks.

Turnaround Principals

New training models have emerged for preparing school leaders to transform low-achieving schools.

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