Defensible Teacher Evaluation: Student Growth Through Classroom Assessment
Just five years ago, Chawanakee USD, a small rural district nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Mountains in northern California, and the North Kansas City School District, a suburban district located just north of Kansas City, Mo., were at the starting lines of the di
Snow days are melting away as schools increasingly take advantage of online curriculum to keep students learning virtually during weather closures.
The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) named three winners of its annual Digital Principals Award: Daisy Dyer Duerr, principal of St.
Blended learning is becoming entrenched in California schools, but elementary schools and high schools are taking different approaches when integrating this learning technology
Personalized learning is beginning to produce positive results in student achievement as it becomes more established in districts nationwide.
Districts interested in implementing blended learning sometimes turn to teachers rather than outside providers to create online curriculum to integrate with in-cla
School administrators overwhelmed by the idea of blended learning need not fear: many districts have successfully implemented one of four models now widely accepted in K12 education.
Will Richardson has been a familiar name to DA readers over the years.
Innovative and progressive blended learning strategies are being implemented in school districts across the United States.
Districts are dropping bans on YouTube and allowing students and teachers access to the site’s educational videos.
Principals, superintendents, and district CIOs are increasingly becoming the decision-makers for purchasing school apps, according to a new survey.
A bank in Albuquerque, N.M., had a limited budget to make one of its branches more environmentally sustainable, so students at the local ACE (Architecture, Construction, and Engineering) Leadership High School rolled up their sleeves and went to work.
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Just five years ago, a student information system was used to take attendance and add or change grades. The tech director chose one, installed it and, in about two minutes, showed teachers how to use it.