DA Daily


Budget Pain for Base-Area Schools Due to Sequestration

Public schools everywhere will be affected by the government's automatic budget cuts, but few may feel the funding pinch faster than those on and around military bases.

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Workforce Ready from Kronos

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

25 Big Ideas About Online Learning in 25 Minutes

A panel of experts weighs in on what you need to know before implementing blended or online learning.

Reclaiming the Future for Students at Risk

New approaches to dropout prevention.

Big District Wi-Fi Technology for Small and Medium-Sized Districts

Learn practical ways to get the tech you need when your resources are limited. View the on-demand presentation.

Social Studies On the Outside Looking In

Redeeming the neglected curriculum.

Aventa Learning

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

Alabama District Begins School Superintendent Search

The Alabaster Board of Education will accept applications for the city’s school superintendent position through March 31, and will look to have the position filled by May 1. After accepting applications for the position through the end of March, the School Board will interview candidates through April and will name the superintendent by May 1, according to a tentative timeline laid out during the meeting.

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Michigan District Will Not Fill Vacant Deputy Superintendent Position

Ann Arbor (Mich.) Public Schools Superintendent Patricia Green has decided not to fill the district's top financial position and intends to review how the district is organized, she announced in an email.

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Few States Look to Extend Preschool to All 4-Year-Olds

President Obama’s call in his State of the Union address to “make high-quality preschool available to every single child in America” rallied advocates across the country who have long argued that inequity in education begins at a very young age. While supporters herald the plan as a way to help level the playing field for children who do not have the advantages of daily bedtime stories, music lessons and counting games at home, critics argue that providing universal preschool could result in federal money being squandered on ineffective programs.

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