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Looking to implement iPads in your district?

View the on-demand presentation from Steve Johnston, Director of Academic Technology at Archbishop Riordan High School and Chris Koeneman, Vice President of Sales in the Bluesocket Business Group of ADTRAN, for advice on how to make the most of these devices.

Making sense of blended learning

The principles of successful digital integration into classroom instruction are at work in Wade King Elementary School

Calif. Sees Flexibility as Key to Keeping Good Teachers from Leaving

The goal is to attract and retain the most qualified educators, according to Assistant Superintendent James Lovelace.

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Threatening Signs Removed from Del. Playground

Before Milford families could get to the jungle gyms, sliding boards and rock-climbing walls at the Lulu M. Ross and Mispillion elementary schools’ playgrounds, they were greeted by signs.

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Wash. District Will Change Oddball Schedule

For more than five years, Puyallup elementary schools have had early dismissal on Wednesdays, with kids arriving 10 minutes early and school ending around midday.

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Use Letters to Grade Schools, Urges Va. Gov.

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell is pushing for a letter-grading system to evaluate the quality of the state’s schools.

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Philadelphia Neighborhood Unites to Save Two Schools

The schools, which take up an entire block of Ridge Avenue, between 31st and 32nd Street, are among the 37 that the Philadelphia School District has proposed closing in June.

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W.Va. Children’s Obesity On The Decline, Health Improves

Childhood obesity rates are declining in West Virginia as schools focus on improving nutrition and increasing physical activity, according to a statewide screening program.

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Tenn. Finds Cash to Put Officers in School

Several Tennessee lawmakers say they have drafted legislation that would encourage school districts to place at least one armed police officer in every school and would allow teachers who have undergone special training to bring their personal handguns into schools.

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Mass. Committee Looks Internally for Superintendent

In November, Randolph Superintendent Oscar Santos announced he would not seek contract renewal when it expires on June 30.

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