Judy Faust Hartnett

Judy Faust Hartnett was the managing editor and editor-in-chief of District Administration from 2006-2012. 

Articles by Judy Faust Hartnett

District Administration, September 2012

Debbie Karcher Chief Information Officer, Miami-Dade County Public Schools

District Administration, July/Aug 2012

District Administration, June 2012

Trad Robinson
Trad Robinson, chief information officer of the South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind, found the transition from a traditional public school to a specialized school as a great opportunity to change lives.
Like Kaya Henderson, chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools, the curricular subject of geography has been flying under the radar.

District Administration, May 2012

Diane Ullman Superintendent, Simsbury (Conn.) Public Schools
Superintendent Diane Ullman, Simsbury (Conn.) Public Schools
How do boards of education find a successor to a superintendent who leaves a successful legacy?

District Administration, April 2012

Mooresville (N.C.) Graded School District
The U.S. Department of Education uses this district as a prime example of a district doing it right
We're all about offering solutions, and our seven columnists add immensely to the mix of content we offer.

District Administration, March 2012

Predictive analysis can support quick change and raise student high school graduation and college completion rates.

District Administration, February 2012

Michael Peveler, of AMX, has been part of the A/V industry and the transition toward a networking type technology over the course of 13 years.
Some forward thinking programs are in place to better educate U.S. students using the best practices of countries who students routinely outperform us.

District Administration, Nov/Dec 2011

Hundreds of products were nominated by school personnel to be winners of DA's annual Readers' Choice Top 100 Products.

District Administration, October 2011

DA readers respond
District CIO will cover issues of special interest to all senior district-level executives from a CIO perspective.

District Administration, September 2011

William Mayes, executive director of the Michigan Association of School Administrators and the president of the Association of State Executives
Are U.S. schools rigorous enough to compete with other high-performing countries in a global economy?

District Administration, Jul 2011

Planning new initiatives in the summertime.

District Administration, June 2011

We recently spoke with Eileen Lento, an education and government strategist at Intel, about her observations on one-to-one programs in K12 schools.
One of the big lessons learned is that technology must enable learning, and not the reverse.

District Administration, May 2011

This issue highlights how difficult it can be to match leaders with districts, but also how wonderful it can be when those matches result in positive changes.

District Administration, Apr 2011

Two recent reports on the tenure of superintendents inspired us this month to look into the history of superintendents serving in the 10 largest school districts in the country.
Jerry Weast, superintendent of Montgomery (Md.) County Public Schools has navigated the district through a comprehensive school reform effort.

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