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Charter Schools: Waste, Wonder or Solution?

A national report shows charter students lag behind traditional school students, but critics say tha

Talking About a [Silent] Revolution

PC makers haven't realized the widespread adoption of tablet PCs trumpeted several years ago. But if

Outsourcing 101

Imagine a system where you can hire a team of experts and save your district money. If managed right

Rod Rock on Technology Adoption

My district didn't just buy new A/V equipment and offer professional development to teachers. We rem

Kenneth Dragseth on Field Trips

Safety concerns and NCLB requirements should not scare districts into eliminating travel for student

Why No Child Left Behind Must Work

Q&A with one of the main architects of NCLB

Show Me the Numbers

How data drives school and student improvement

Think small.

Small schools are a big deal in education reform, but here are some pitfalls to avoid as you try to

Leading to Reading

For some, the urge to read whatever, whenever, wherever is strong and instinctive. For many others,

Exploring Computer Guts

A national technology program is just the start of a high-tech wave coming to New York City

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