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The Incredible Edible Schoolyard

School garden projects are reaping the benefits of teaching community values and hands-on learning

Along a Steady Course

This “ambidextrous” superintendent has learned that, in district leadership, there’s no such thing as too much preparation

Business Partnerships: Common and Crucial

Technology companies can make great partners--not just providers. Here's how to create and maintain collaborations that produce long-term benefits for all

Early Literacy Intervention

When 25 percent of students come from non-English speaking families, ensuring that students learn to read on time is no easy task. But, as this district shows, it can be done

AI: Something to Build On

It's always hard to predict the future, but who would have thought that artificial intelligence's big controbution to education would be to help the teacher

Pressing On in the Face of Tragedy

She was Christa McAuliffe’s backup. Now elementary teacher Barbara Morgan is bound for outer space

Halt the Testing Madness

Before accepting overtesting as inevitable, try debating the issue with parents and students.

All Makes and Models

The possibilities are nearly endless when educators form bonds with tech companies.

Unwelcome Visitors

Spyware threatens privacy and wastes district technology resources.

The Next Challenge

As districts begin to work through the varied requirements of No Child Left Behind, one of the most challenging sections deals with educating special ed children.

An Eye for Design

Students in Miami-Dade's Web design academy get a feel for real-world project management and, at the same time, help area nonprofits.

Vermont's Value-Added

This superintendent uses Yankee ingenuiy and an ardent work ethic to juggle 11 school boards while fighting for fair education policies.

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