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Creating Technology Literate Educators


Keeping Libraries on Administrators' Radars


I am the librarian at Rochester High School at Rochester (Ill.) CUSD 3A district. Several years ago I responded to District Administration concerning an article on reading in which there was no mention of libraries and librarians. However, I was delighted to read an article that focused on libraries and librarians ("Addressing Adolescent Literacy," January 2008).








 

MySpace Vows to Protect Kids Better








 

Making a Difference with Multimedia








 

Expeditionary Learning








 

Homegrown Homeland Security


High school students in two Maryland districts have a jumpstart on a potential career in anti-terrorism and homeland security.


No Lawsuit Left Behind


On the same day President Bush marked the sixth anniversary of the federal No Child Left Behind law by visiting a Chicago elementary school and proclaiming, "I know NCLB has worked," a federal appeals court ruled in favor of a group of school districts that had filed a lawsuit against the education act in 2005.


EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the fifth and final article on district spending from an independent research study commissioned by District Administration last year. The previous reports focused on decision-making processes, purchasing technology and purchasing curriculum in the September through November 2007 issues, and buying security products and services in February 2008.






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