Two Outstanding Women Educators Receive AASA 2013 Women in School Leadership Award

Deputy superintendent Ann Blakeney Clark of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg (NC) Schools and Harriet R. MacLean, Principal of James B. Davidson Middle School, San Rafael, Calif., today received the American Association of School Administrators’ 2013 Women in School Leadership Award.

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Syracuse Schools to Undergo Major Teacher Shuffle This Fall

At least five Syracuse schools – and possibly as many as seven – will have to replace their principals and at least half their teachers by September.

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DeKalb (Ga.) Schools Face Key Hearing

DeKalb County school board members are preparing for a key hearing that could determine whether Georgia's governor makes sweeping changes in the school system's leadership.

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Turnaround Leader Ross Leaves Detroit Schools

Doug Ross, hired by Detroit Public Schools to lead its school turnaround program, has left the district after 18 months.

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Pennsylvania District Tech Director Is Target of Search Warrant

Police suspect former Easton (Pa.) Area School District employee Tom Drago accessed his colleague's computers without their permission, copied documents that may have contained student information, made an unauthorized recording of a closed school board meeting, and may have taken photos of a female school employee's breast, according to a search warrant filed by Forks Township Police.

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Serving Students with Special Needs and Gifted and Talented

This Connecticut district ensures that students of all abilities succeed.

STEM Award

Mary T. Barra, General Motors’ senior vice president of global product development and an active supporter of STEM, will be the first woman to receive the 2013 Industry Leadership Award from the SAE Foundation, a global charity supporting STEM learning.

Nev. Schools Could Use Lessons In Efficiency

In Nevada, as across the nation, ambitious efforts are under way to improve K-12 schooling.

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Mr. Obama, Here's How to Become the Education President

President Obama has defined education as a cornerstone of his legacy as president. He draws upon rich historical traditions such as the GI Bill that broadened education from classical and professional training to an expectation for most Americans.

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