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Four years ago, when Larry Leverett was being recruited for superintendent at Greenwich Public Schools in Connecticut, members of the search committee did something he didn't expect. They invited him and his wife to dinner.

Procurement can be complicated and time consuming, as everyone from librarians to teachers to administrators navigate through multiple printed forms, thick product catalogs, numerous vendors, time-sensitive price lists, as well as purchase order requests.


Indianapolis District Streamlines NCLB Tutoring

It's one thing for struggling schools to provide free tutoring services to low-income students under the No Child Left Behind law. Ensuring that students have the resources to take advantage of the opportunities is another matter.

Stretching the Digital Canvas

2008 Education Budget Gives and Takes Away

President Bush's proposed 2008 education budget offers a mixed bag for school districts, increasing Title I money for high schools but cutting funds for vocational education and a technology assistance program.

Partnering with Higher Ed

"Angus Solomon," sighed Ms Lowry, "Is that a penis you've drawn in your exercise book?"

Angus jumped, startled, and remembered where he was.

Ms Lowry was standing next to his desk, staring down at the page. Other kids were sniggering.

At what point do we as educational leaders begin to take technology as seriously as the other components of our school infrastructure?