From the Editor

Experience Necessary

This issue highlights how difficult it can be to match leaders with districts, but also how wonderful it can be when those matches result in positive changes.

Stability at the Top

Two recent reports on the tenure of superintendents inspired us this month to look into the history of superintendents serving in the 10 largest school districts in the country.

Doing Big Things One Student at a Time

Personalized learning will be the next biggest reform movement in education.

The Timeless Art of Education

We focus this month on some of the new technologies and delivery systems that, with pedagogical know-how, will promote the 21st century version of individualized instruction.

The Talk of the Nation

How best to assess teachers and the topic of bullying has become a topic of national debate.

Are You a Rock Star?

Rock star status, by my definition, tends to be conferred upon people who are able to reach a large number of people with their work and, as a result, affect change.

Perseverance Is Key

Each issue of DA has its challenges and requires its own level of perseverance.

School Safety Takes a Back Seat

School districts across the nation are making budget cuts in a previously taboo area—safety.

Reforms Aplenty

In just one year, there have been more education reforms proposed and enacted than in the preceding decade.

Education Is a Two-Way Street

Teaching students about the right way and the safe way to navigate the Internet is a role for school districts to take on.

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