Table of Contents: District Administration, Jun 2005

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Cover Story

Tablet PCs, PDAs and A/V equipment are just some of the tools being used to take advantage of the wi

Features

Feature

Rural school superintendent William Mathis truly listens, does his homework and stands up against conceived inequities in the federal education law.
Smart districts use tech-based approaches to keep special education requirements from draining staff
With reform math programs, parents need to be more prepared than ever for the "Help me!" plea at hom
Tablet PCs, PDAs and A/V equipment are just some of the tools being used to take advantage of the wi
How one set of questions from Connecticut set off a volley of name-calling and a potential lawsuit

Opinion

Online Edge

Interest groups are one of the Web's hottest trends

Solutions

Administrator Profile

V.Sue Cleveland, Rio Rancho(N.M) Public Schools

District Profile

Tackling adolescent health issues brings improved academic performance, reduces teen preganancy and

Problem/Solution

Problem: When officials at Marion County Public Schools in Ocala, Fla., eyed the Continuous Improvem

Research Center

Essentials on education data and analysis from research authority AEL

Briefings

Inside The Law

Analyzing, Debating and Explaining No Child Left Behind

Departments

Forget the slew of NCLB complaints and lawsuits today. Reauthorization of the law in 2007 may be whe
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