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Rooted in Reading

If kids can't read, it's a universal problem. Is an "every teacher is a reading teacher" initiative the solution?

Moral of the Story

Character lessons abound in this district. Even students sent to the principal must explain their actions in terms of the LifeSkills trait they failed to meet.

Finishing On Top, With Help

This Minnesota leader uses his deep roots in Edina to lead his district to success.

A Lotta Coloring Goin' On

The teaching of writing is as outdated as the indented paragraph. Here are some ways to fix it.

Safety Zone

Some experts say K-3 students are showing more violent tendencies in schools. What does this mean and how can you keep these problems from becoming worse?

Embracing Change

Examining every part of the way education is delivered is required to produce the best results possible.

Curriculum Update

The latest developments in math, science, language arts and social studies,

Are Desktops Dead?

Technology—and how it is used—is changing quickly. But 85 percent of the computers schools expect to purchase this year are still desktops. Is this a sign that districts remain out of touch, or an understanding of exactly how districts are using computers?

The Single-Sex Solution

Is there a way that separate can be even better than equal? A handful of schools nationwide are trying to prove the point that single gender education can do a better job. educating both girls and boys

!Hola Espa?ol!

Are foreign language program offerings indicative of our nation as a melting pot--or is a Spanish Inquisition order?

Tech Masters

Verteran teachers are as technology-wise in this district as new teachers, and even students. An ongoing staff development program is why.

Leader by Surprise

If a teacher can drive a bus, then a superintendent can work the lunch room. This leader has done both.

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