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Please Stay

District leaders focus on hiring the best qualified teachers. But then what?

Data, Data Everywhere

Results from Nation's Report Card show slow progress.

Nitty-Gritty Data

With reams of numbers and test results at their fingertips, more district leaders are making decisio

Jonathan Kozol Takes on the World

This educator's latest book shines a bright light on what he calls this country's big shame--not only

Strength in Numbers

Seven districts have joined together to collaborate, share best practices and most of all, improve t

A Board's Culture Shift

Local boards of education hold great power in digesting data, holding teachers accountable, and believing in student achievement.

Building Partners

Not all students are headed for careers in corporate America.

Blueprint for Rebuilding

The cleanup has begun, but the question over how to rebuild the damaged schools still remains

Construction Costs: Is Your School Project at Risk?

Any dinner-table economist knows hurricanes Katrina and Rita will impact school construction costs.

"Thin" is In

In more districts, thin clients are replacing "fat" computers. Is the time for a computing revolution near?

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