Table of Contents: District Administration, Jan 2010

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Cover Story

The truth about the school lunch wars.

Features

Feature

State retirement funds are in crisis, and school systems will likely pay more of the bill.
While zero-tolerance policies come into question, urban districts are trying alternatives—and seeing considerable success.
Preowned models at reduced prices fill some districts’ needs—and stay out of landfills.

Opinion

Crisis Response

Homophobia in districts is widespread—and can have tragic results.

Supervisors Opinion

The right selection process can uncover the true gems.

Online Edge

Teach students how to learn with adults from around the world.

Solutions

Administrator Profile

Principal Kathelyne Dye-Gallagher in Milwaukee, Wis., started by considering student emotional and social needs.

Problem/Solution

A new private program for special education students helps administrators breathe easier and puts students on track for a successful future.

District Profile

Hawaii’s district takes back restructuring effort from private ed firms.

Briefings

Health Update

New products with a new flu angle
Schools prepare for virus outbreak with at home learning resources

News Update

An alarming trend shows glaring gaps in race, ethnicity.
The MILE Guide helps K12 leaders provide their students with successful skills.
High school students missing core benchmarks, according to ACT test scores

Departments

Student Information Systems
The latest in hardware, software, books & materials, facilities, and the Internet.
We take a bird’s-eye view of our 2009 coverage, to be sure that we’re in sync with what our readers look to us for.