Table of Contents: District Administration, Jun 2002

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Cover Story

States are strapped for cash, forcing superintendents to pare personnel and programs. While making t

Features

Feature

States are strapped for cash, forcing superintendents to pare personnel and programs. While making t
Teachers get support and encouragement to hone their skills and open their classroom doors to help b
Special education needs are important to every district. This new leader cherishes the chance to ach
The 15th Annual District's Choice Top 100 products.
Purchases of laptops, handhelds and wireless devices are key among districts' hardware expenditures
It is time to take the final steps to integrate technology into education.
With a steady incline in technical know-how, educators are using software in more creative ways.
With renewed political attention on literacy, the time is ripe for reading a good book.

Opinion

Online Edge

Use Web resources to plan real and virtual trips.

Solutions

Administrator Profile

This superintendent is reaping the harvest from the hard work he sowed in the last decade.

District Profile

This small school district took on its truancy problem head-on. Its result: No dropouts

Briefings

News Update

Tips and ideas for successful district leadership.
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