Articles: Board of Education

Budget cuts mean more fees for students

Districts requiring parents to pay fees for their children’s textbooks, lab materials, and after-school activities

A Nation at Risk: 30 Years Later

Industry experts gathered to discuss what has changed--and hasn’t--since “A Nation at Risk: The Imperative for Educational Reform” was published

When Being Fired Becomes an Epiphany

This Illinois superintendent went corporate and then returned to education with a greater focus.

Big Shoes Filled

A lifetime of small-town values spurs continuous success for Joyce Littleton Craft in the Hot Springs (Ark.) School District.

Year One of Texas Textbook Adoption Freedom

The 2011-2012 school year marked the first time in decades that Texas school districts could purchase instructional materials without approval by the state board of education.

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