Table of Contents: District Administration, Feb 2004

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Cover Story

In the real world, renovation problems happen. Here are tips for dodging and, if necessary, dealing

Features

Feature

Districts are beefing up their databases and using them for more tasks than ever. But are they keepi
Students can be a great IT resource for school districts. Just make sure you set a program to train
Whether you're starting from scratch or shaping up, options abound for energy savings in schools
In the real world, renovation problems happen. Here are tips for dodging and, if necessary, dealing
If you don't offer new teachers the right kind of professional development, you may not get a second
Why CoSN wants to help districts protect their technology assets
Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't. Learn what our panel of online experts (Odvard Egil Dyrli
NCLB comes with a lot of requirements, from student tests to teacher qualifications, and districts a

Opinion

Online Edge

Districts need multiple tools to fight the rising tide of junk

Solutions

Administrator Profile

Tony Marchio, Appoquinimink (Del.) School District

District Profile

Kent (Wash.) School District

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

The latest offerings in books, hardware, Internet and software