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Last year, when the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) put Rockland High School in Massachusetts on probation—largely because of its outdated science labs—it didn’t surprise Principal Stephen Sangster.

 

Do the kids in your district need to increase their activity levels? Here are five creative ways to get them moving:

--Encourage teachers to include physical activities for students of all abilities in learning exercises, like nature walks and outdoor scavenger hunts.

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the fifth and final article on district spending from an independent research study commissioned by District Administration last year. The previous reports focused on decision-making processes, purchasing technology and purchasing curriculum in the September through November 2007 issues, and buying security products and services in February 2008.

 

Which Comes First: The Principal or The School?

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