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5 effective steps to solving the bullying epidemic, and the tools to get you there

View the on-demand presentation to learn how districts can use the latest technology to combat bullying, violence, drug abuse and other dangerous behavior.

Obama’s State of the Union Education Plans

Comments from education leaders, supporting and critiquing the president’s plans, in discussion with DA staff writer Alison DeNisco.

Workforce Ready from Kronos

Manage essential workforce information in one platform – with one employee record and one simple user interface.

Aventa Learning

See how the Aventa curriculum can help improve student achievement, expand your course catalog, avoid costly textbook replacement and offer scheduling flexibility.

School Risk… Too Risky to Ignore

Learn the practical steps all school administrators must take to ensure schools are safe and operational.

Reclaiming the Future for Students at Risk

New approaches to dropout prevention.

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Educators Push for Changes in Maine Student Restraint Rules

New rules governing the restraint of students in public schools have gone too far and need to be changed less than a year after they were instituted, according to educators who gathered Wednesday at the State House.

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N.M. School Eyes Technology to Get Grades Up

After receiving a low grade from the New Mexico A-F Grading Accountability System last school year, Pate Elementary School Principal Therese Rodriguez is determined not to let it happen again. She applied for an Innovative Solutions for Struggling Schools Grant and received $7,200 from the New Mexico Department of Education in January.

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Threatening Text Message Prompts S.C. District Security Alert

A threatening text message received by a Lexington-Richland School District Five teacher on the same day emergency crews evacuated Irmo High School due to smoke in the building has prompted the district to implement extra security measures and law enforcement to investigate the source of the message.

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Lake Superior (Minn.) District Seeks to Continue 4-day School Week

Initial approval was granted for just three years. To continue a four-day week, the district — which includes Two Harbors and Silver Bay schools — must prove that the four-day week did not negatively affect students and that it saved a sufficient amount of money.

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