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Projecting the Future

Same dead frog. Less mess. Document cameras can do a lot more than you'd think. They allow a class of students to see a live dissection of a frog while keeping their hands clean.

Getting by with Less

In these belt-tightening times, your peers share some of thier more creative ldeas for increasing revenue and cutting budgetary red tape.

Chicken and the Egg

Physics first, chemistry next, and then biology? Does a science re-evolution make sense for your district?

For the Higher Good

University Administrator: "The students you're sending to higner ed are not prepared!" K-12 Administrator: "Well, if you were training good teachers they would be!"

MOVING TARGET

Keeping up with the Web gets harder every year. In the time it took to read the last sentence, anoth

Technology and the College Admissions Process

When it comes to using the Web for researching potential schools, students aren't as smart about it.

Reel Time

Watching educators teach via video brings professional development to a new level.

No Place Like Home

Like 'em, hate 'em (or just tolerate them), portable classrooms are a fact of life for districts. Here's advice on planning for and using these modular units-and on thinking in new ways about their potential for learning

A DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION Special Section Presentation Systems

Projectors and whiteboards are rapidly invading today’s classrooms, making teaching more interactive, memorable and fun for students Here’s the practical advice you need for your district.

One state's quest for excellence

Starting with the sometimes overlooked library media center

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