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Magazine articles on education and school administration grades K-12.
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March 1, 2005
Michael Singer
Intel CEO Blasts U.S. R&D Policy The outgoing executive lambasted the slow adoption rate of broadband and the government's level of investment in both K-12 education and scientific R&D at the university level. mark for My Articles 704 similar articles
Fast Company
March 2005
Danielle Sacks
First Kisses and Petri Dishes This Florida school is home to some of the smartest high-school science kids around. And while many of its alumni have gone on to make advancements across the scientific spectrum, Betty Glass, who created the science program in 1979, is still finding ways to inspire her students's enthusiasm for science. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
March 2005
Matt Welch
Baby Geniuses Vouchers for prodigies? A California mother is suing the state to create a voucher to pay for the neglected needs of extremely gifted kids. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
Science News
February 12, 2005
Whys Up The University of Wisconsin creates "The Why Files" website aimed at grades 5-12 to explain the science behind news headlines. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
The Motley Fool
February 11, 2005
Whitney Tilson
Learning From Ideas for Public Schools Strategies used in the reform of the NYPD can be used to improve public schools and corporations. mark for My Articles 255 similar articles
February 9, 2005
Wendy McElroy
On Handcuffed and Felonious Children No one -- not the police, not the government, no school official -- has the right to brutalize a child for using crayons. And the people who reasonably supported zero tolerance as a way to make schools safer never envisioned a police state in which 6-year-olds are handcuffed. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
February 2005
Julian Sanchez
Negative Action The central argument is one that critics of affirmative action have long made: Students admitted to a school under looser standards are, almost by definition, less likely to be prepared to succeed once admitted, undermining whatever benefit the preference was meant to confer. mark for My Articles 292 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
February 2005
Borgia & Cheek
The Impact of the AACTE-Microsoft Grant on Elementary Reading & Writing Discusses the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education)-Microsoft Innovative Teachers Grant, designed to help teachers gain and apply writing skills by designing technological activities for their students. mark for My Articles 1235 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
February 2005
Kandy Claybaugh
Colorado Springs District Creates Digital School in Local Mall for 'Disenfranchised' Students The collaboration of the district, Adelphia Communications, and the Citadel Mall provides its roughly 140 students an opportunity to reconnect with the school environment and engage in self-directed learning. mark for My Articles 571 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
February 2005
Betty Schweizer
The Evolution of Information Access From dedicated terminals and dial-up service to the power of the enterprise Web: proposes that school districts form consortia to purchase and leverage Web portal technology, highlighting Minnesota's Plumtree Portal, the first portal-based service for k-12 education. mark for My Articles 250 similar articles
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