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A (Not So) Hard Bargain

Contract negotiations have become a whole lot less contentious in many districts today, as the tenets of interest-based bargaining take hold.

Faster, Cheaper, Better

Distance education is no longer the next great phase of K-12 education. Acceptance is growing, technologies are improving and demand is rising.

Getting Wired

Learn how this Cincinnati-based district dramatically altered the way it teaches students through a host of cutting-edge technologies.

Do These Web Sites Work?

Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't. Learn what our online experts, Odvard Egil Dyrli and Gary Stager say.

Update

Education news from schools, businesses, research and government agencies

The State of Education, V. 2005

From teacher tenure to Algebra I to NCLB, today's leaders share their successes--and frustrations--a

Instant Messaging

Problem: It's not always easy for a superintendent or building principal to get a message to teacher

Parents on Power Trips

An essential collection of the latest books for district-level leaders

New Products

The latest offerings in books, hardware, Internet and software

High School Reform

Governors move to improve high schools at action summit. But what will they accomplish?

Remote Control

With construction management software, district administrators can remain in control of building pro

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