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!Hola Espa?ol!

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

Problem Solved

In four years, one Boston school nearly doubled its passing rate in math. Find out how they did it.

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

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?

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.

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