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Articles by Daniel E. Kinnaman
District Administration, October 2012
Welcoming Back a Longtime Friend
District Administration, Oct 2009
Up or Down?
Expanding charter schools is just the beginning.
District Administration, Jan 2009
Did You Know?
Are the schools we have the school we need?
District Administration, Oct 2008
Change Every Child Needs
Every child in American public education should have an individualized education plan.
District Administration, Sep 2008
A Matter of Equity
Ineffective schools hurt poor families most.
District Administration, Aug 2008
Hollowed Out Schools
The importance of the Internet to the future of K12 education.
District Administration, Jun 2008
Technology for Free
The best bargain in an uncertain economy.
District Administration, May 2008
Smaller schools score higher across the board.
District Administration, Apr 2008
Boogity, Boogity, Boogity
Don't suppress competition - promote sportsmanship.
District Administration, Mar 2008
Building a Circle of Trust
Parents and administrators working together yield the best results.
District Administration, Feb 2008
Protecting teachers' jobs comes at students' expense.
District Administration, Dec 2007
Well, They're Gonna Have Sex Anyway
Twisted logic, screwy decisions, and mixed messages
District Administration, Nov 2007
Small Schools, Big Benefits
A big focus for school district leaders should be smaller schools.
District Administration, Oct 2007
The Power of Differing Viewpoints
If you listen only to what you believe, you speak only to yourself.
District Administration, Sep 2007
Touch the Future
Inspiration for a new school year.
District Administration, Aug 2007
One Agency Left Behind
A call for decentralizing K12 education.
District Administration, Jul 2007
Roosevelt vs. Reagan ...
... and the future of public education in the United States.
District Administration, Jun 2007
"Let 'em Cheat"
Don't ban the iPods--change the tests!
District Administration, Jan 2007
It's time for radical innovations in schooling
District Administration, Dec 2006
Leading the Way with District Administration
District Administration, Dec 2003
View from the Top
Executive Insights on Education Leadership
District Administration, Jun 2003
Improvement by Subtraction
Here are three things education would be better off without.
District Administration, May 2003
Examining every part of the way education is delivered is required to produce the best results possible.
District Administration, Mar 2003
The Union Gap
How teachers' unions hinder school improvement efforts.
District Administration, Feb 2003
The Starfish Story
Forget trying to fix all of school's problems, concentrate on one student at a time.
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