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Rural Washington District Goes Virtual
A cloud-based solution enables a computer rollout and saves the district $250,000.
Lynn Russo Whylly
District Administration, Dec 2012
about Rural Washington District Goes Virtual
A Culture Shift Transforms Achievement in West Virginia
District Administration, October 2012
about A Culture Shift Transforms Achievement in West Virginia
Nation’s Second-Largest District Builds Enrollment Forecasting Platform
District Administration, July/Aug 2012
about Nation’s Second-Largest District Builds Enrollment Forecasting Platform
Kansas City’s Green Machines
How Kansas City Schools partnered with its city to purchase 47 clean energy buses.
District Administration, May 2012
about Kansas City’s Green Machines
Students Drive Overhaul of School Lunch
Students in Niles Township High School District 219 in Skokie, Ill. play big role in organic lunch program.
District Administration, February 2012
about Students Drive Overhaul of School Lunch
District Relies on Penny Tax for Renovations
Wapello Community (Iowa) School District turned a penny tax into major school renovations.
District Administration, Nov/Dec 2011
about District Relies on Penny Tax for Renovations
A Humble, Small Learning Communitiiy
As enrollment increased rapidly in the Humble (Texas) Independent School District, administrators found a way to keep standards high.
District Administration, June 2011
about A Humble, Small Learning Communitiiy
Taking Advantage of State Intervention.
Ansonia (Conn.) Public Schools
District Administration, Apr 2011
about Taking Advantage of State Intervention.
Simulating Real-World STEM Skills
How Prince George's County (Md.) Public Schools improved their STEM learning subjects to get up to par with their statewide counterparts.
Jennifer Elise Chase
District Administration, Feb 2011
about Simulating Real-World STEM Skills
Taking the Back Roads to Success
How St. Louis-based Voluntary Interdistrict Choice Corporation continued operations with the two-year closing of an interstate highway.
Eric A. Clayton
District Administration, Nov 2010
about Taking the Back Roads to Success
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