Articles: Human Resources

The Aftermath of a Natural Disaster

A district leader's role is to create stability, routine and support for students and staff members.

The 11th Annual Salary Survey: They Work Hard for the Money

While CEOs in the private sector are raking in millions, school superintendents in 2011 are having to defend their earnings.

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.

Wisconsin’s Ripple Effect

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

Turnaround Principals

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

Measuring the Effectiveness of New Teachers

A new teacher performance model will evaluate lesson plans, grade books, assignments and class videos to both assess teachers and improve teacher licensure programs.

Equity and Access for All

Michele Hancock, recently hired superintendent of Kenosha (Wis.) Unified School District No. 1, is transforming all practices, programs and policies to ensure they meet the needs of all students.

The Teacher Cloud

How do we re-envision the interactions between teachers and students?

Wisconsin District Administrators Say Bills Go Too Far

District administrators in Wisconsin would appreciate greater management leeway in negotiations with teachers' unions, but many say the collective bargaining restrictions crafted by Gov. Scott Walker and the republican-controlled legislature go too far.

Students Need Stable District Leadership

In more than one big city school district, including now Seattle, superintendents who have put smart reforms in place, yielding positive results for students, have been removed too soon.

Students Need Stable District Leadership

In more than one big city school district, including now Seattle, superintendents who have put smart reforms in place, yielding positive results for students, have been removed too soon.

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