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Take a Healthy Step Forward in Your District.


Now that your district wellness policy is in place, what's next?

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What should you include in your high school cafeteria a la carte line?


Take a look at this checklist of must-have food and beverage items.

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NetSupport School Classroom Management software


Instruct, monitor and interact with students with Complete Classroom Management software for Windows, Mac and Linux. Watch the 20-minute NetSupport School demonstration.

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Principals as Instructional Leaders

But can they do it all? And at what cost?

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The Dollar Power of Disease Prevention


Learn how to decrease health care costs by combating disease early-on.

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Those 857 Desks? A Message for the Candidates

Tourists trying to figure out how to reach the capital’s monuments and museums on Wednesday found something on the National Mall that was not on their maps: 857 student desks arrayed near the Washington Monument.

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Ill. May Take Over School Districts in North Chicago, East St. Louis

The school districts in North Chicago and downstate East St. Louis are a step away from a state takeover.

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Pa. Auditor Blasts Funding Formula for Cyber, Charter Schools

Pennsylvania taxpayers could save $365 million each year if the state fixed its flawed formula for funding cyber and charter schools, state Auditor General Jack Wagner said Wednesday.

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Detroit Public Schools Enrollment Slide Continues

By fall, the Detroit Public Schools will enroll 49,852 students, down from more than 160,000 students a decade ago, according to a proposed 2012-13 budget released by the district Thursday.

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Scranton Pa. School District Saves $2M on Health Care

The Scranton School District will save more than $2 million this year on health care, officials announced at a meeting with employees on Wednesday.

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