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Innovations Abound

With a steady incline in technical know-how, educators are using software in more creative ways.

Now Read This: A Look at Books

With renewed political attention on literacy, the time is ripe for reading a good book.

3D and Far Out

Take one part equipment, one part training, mix with enthusiasm. What do you get? A multimedia pro

The Fine Line

It's a never-ending question between school boards and superintendents: Who has

A Time and a Place

Research shows that students achieve more than schools recognize and respect languages other that "s

Conflict Resolution

Conflict is inevitable. So, when you think about keeping your schools safe, consider communication.

Talking Heads

A former Secret Service agent shares tips for thwarting possible violence in his district

Opus One

Critics of computers in education often argue the investment in technology detracts from the arts. T

Notebook

<li>Gates Foundation Gives $40 Million To Create New High Schools <li>A Grant to Reward Urban Distr

A Quiet Storm Brings Change

This North Carolina superintendent boosted the achievements of minorities, in part, by creating need

Government Spotlight

<li>U.S. Supreme Court Weighs A New Kind of School Test <li>Paige Seeks to Close the Achievement Ga

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