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Articles by Eamonn O'Donovan
District Administration, March 2013
New Money and Old Challenges in the Golden State
District leader reviews funding options after Proposition 30.
District Administration, July/Aug 2012
Social Media: Guidelines for School Administrators
A lesson in doing the right thing for students and your staff.
District Administration, April 2012
Technology Solutions Resources
Pass This Along: Technology Solutions for Busy School Administrators
These six ideas can help you work more efficiently and effectively.
District Administration, January 2012
Finding the Perfect Fit
Administrators are using different approaches for hiring teachers.
District Administration, Jul 2011
Teacher Evaluation Is Not Synonymous With Teacher Quality
We should focus on coaching and collaboration, not evaluation.
District Administration, Mar 2011
Is There a Teacher Shortage on the Horizon?
Teacher attrition due to layoffs may break the teacher supply line nationwide.
District Administration, Nov 2010
New Teachers Need Support
They have a broader range of needs than just curriculum and instruction.
District Administration, Jul 2010
Race to the Top or to the Bottom?
Overhauling teacher evaluation systems has the potential to undo some of the good work of past reforms.
District Administration, May 2010
No Time for Old Tactics
Management and unions must work together in the face of an unprecedented funding crisis for public schools.
District Administration, Mar 2010
Sexting and Student Discipline
Administrators need to understand this activity and develop appropriate policies.
District Administration, Jan 2010
Finding Exemplary Teachers
The right selection process can uncover the true gems.
District Administration, Sep 2009
Managing Generational Diversity
School leaders must understand generational differences in order to help teachers work together.
District Administration, May 2009
The New IDEA Money for Special Education in the Federal Recovery Act
Schools are advised not to build it into budgets just yet.
District Administration, Feb 2009
Are One-to-One Laptop Programs Worth the Investment?
Administrators are learning that a successful program requires more than financing.
District Administration, Nov 2008
Staff Development for Teachers of English Language Learners
Project GLAD engages teachers in a comprehensive model.
District Administration, Aug 2008
Assess More to Improve Learning
Regular measurement of learning and the subsequent adjustment to instruction promote higher levels of student achievement.
District Administration, May 2008
What Are Your Staff Beliefs About Student Learning?
Establish ground rules about best practices to promote student achievement.
District Administration, Feb 2008
Narrow the Academic Language Gap to Reduce the Achievement Gap
You must teach academic vocabulary if you expect your students to use it.
District Administration, Nov 2007
Is Your Gifted and Talented Program Giving You Headaches?
These programs can be explained and defended if they are grounded in research.
District Administration, Sep 2007
Dealing with Difficult People
They can help clarify your mission.
District Administration, Jul 2007
Making Individualized Education Programs Manageable for Parents
Reaching out is the right thing to do.
District Administration, Jun 2007
Building Leadership Through Delegation.
The ability to delegate effectively increases productivity and builds leadership.
District Administration, Mar 2007
Professional Learning Communities
"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success." -Henr
District Administration, Dec 2006
Computer-based IEP Writers
Help for serving special needs students.
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