WHEN MOON AREA HIGH SCHOOL IN Moon Township, Penn., was selected as a Pennsylvania “Classrooms for the Future” school last year, administrators knew they were faced with both opportunity and challenge.
NEARLY EVERY SCHOOL DISTRICT ACROSS the country faces budget constraints. Administrators are constantly searching for new ways to save money and make the best use of limited resources while enhancing student learning.
WHEN STUDENTS AT ROCKLAND DISTIRICT High School in Ontario, Canada, get stuck looking for the right word during a writing assignment, they get help from their computer, which suggests the word they need based on the context of the sentence.
In an effort to keep more of the most troubled students in school, the Connecticut General Assembly recently approved a law that would limit the ability of administrators to suspend students from school for infractions.