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Online learning softens impact of snow days

Snow days are melting away as schools increasingly take advantage of online curriculum to keep students learning virtually during weather closures.

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Be a source for our story

District Administration is doing an article for its June 2014 issue on the Common Core assessments. If your district has already implemented the online assessments successfully, we’d like to hear from you. To be a part of our story, please follow the link.

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Be a source for our story on robotics

District Administration is doing an article on the latest trends in the use of robotics in K12 classrooms. If your district is innovating in this emerging field of instruction, your experience may be a good fit for our article. Please click on the link to contact us.

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Web Seminar: Engaging the Community Through Automated Communications

The latest notification systems enable district administrators to communicate instantly and across a variety of platforms to parents, teachers, staff and communities. Attend this web seminar to hear from a director of educational technology and a 15-year educational leadership veteran about their experiences using this technology in their districts.

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Web Seminar: Engaging the Community Through Automated Communications

The latest notification systems enable district administrators to communicate instantly and across a variety of platforms to parents, teachers, staff and communities. Attend this web seminar to hear from a director of educational technology and a 15-year educational leadership veteran about their experiences using this technology in their districts.

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Electronic privacy: Do schools have a role to play?

New technologies bring enormous benefits for administrators, students and teachers alike, but they come with risks, particularly to privacy and information security. And we are all too often in the dark when it comes to these risks.

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Product focus: Keeping schools safe with the right surveillance system

School administrators know they need to try to stop violence before it happens. Having the proper surveillance equipment can help district leaders keep a watchful eye over students and prevent the wrong people from entering a building.

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A 21st-century upgrade for a 100-year-old school

The 100-year-old Webster Groves High School is an important civic landmark in its St. Louis suburb. However, its antiquated infrastructure and classrooms ill-equipped for educational media were preventing the implementation of 21st-century learning models.

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Award makes Wisconsin district a model for quality

Wisconsin's Pewaukee School District has won the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the highest presidential honor given to U.S. organizations for high performance. It is the seventh public school district to earn the award for using results-driven business tactics to raise student achievement.

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Plan now to deal with medical emergencies in schools

School leaders and staff deal with emergencies frequently, but in an often inconsistent manner. Consistency in response can be enhanced by developing an emergency plan to deal with life-threatening medical emergencies and training staff.

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