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Magazine articles on education and school administration grades K-12.
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ifeminists
March 23, 2005
Tony Zizza
Time To Scrap The STAR Program So what's the problem with the STAR program? Isn't it something that will make students who are "behind" shine a little brighter? Give additional points of light to educational darkness and dimming or dimmed academic potential? mark for My Articles 345 similar articles
ifeminists
March 16, 2005
Tony Zizza
Graduation Test Exemption Is An Exceptionally Asinine Idea Legislation pending in Georgia could essentially give students who repeatedly fail the high school graduation test a chance to get a diploma. So, this is what we're faced with. Either our children are responsible for their lives as students - or the State is. mark for My Articles 95 similar articles
Science News
March 12, 2005
Ospreys in the Classroom The University of Minnesota's Raptor Center offers a set of multidisciplinary lesson plans introducing students from grades four through eight to raptors. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
March 2005
Chang, Mullen & Stuve
Are PDAs Pedagogically Feasible for Young Children? Teachers report a benefit to using PDAs in primary classrooms yet a literature review outlines concerns with age and developmental appropriateness. mark for My Articles 186 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
March 2005
Jeanne Flatland
Integrating Voice Into the School Network: Benefits of Wireless VoIP Implementing wireless VoIP in K-12 schools improves communication and can help to reduce network costs. mark for My Articles 650 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
March 2005
Geoffry Fletcher
The Future of Wireless and Title II D Government funds that are available for technology enhancements through Title II D is in danger of being eliminated. mark for My Articles 455 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
March 2005
Hart Sharp Video Releases Enhanced Super Size Me DVD for Education Morgan Spurlock, star and director of Super Size Me, is bringing his Academy Award-nominated documentary to schools in order to teach children the perils of poor diet, nutrition and fitness. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
BusinessWeek
March 14, 2005
Richard S. Dunham
No High Schooler Left Behind Education Secretary Spellings aims to extend Bush's No Child Left Behind program to the upper grades. mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
BusinessWeek
March 14, 2005
"The Recipe Is Right" for Education An interview with Education Secretary Margaret Spellings on the tough challenges she faces as she tries to expand the President's No Child Left Behind reform law to the high school grades. mark for My Articles 147 similar articles
Geotimes
March 2005
Megan Sever
Evolution Battles Rage School districts in Pennsylvania and Georgia are challenging evolution theory in the classroom, and now the courtroom. mark for My Articles 228 similar articles
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