The haves and have-nots

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Overheard at live@edu mtg:

Person 1: Are you looking at this to save money from your district?

Person 2: No, that doesn't matter

Person 1: Oh my. I hope I still have a job when I get back.



What Do You Mean COPYRIGHT Does Not Mean I Have the Right to Copy?

A few years ago a sixth grade student came up to me and asked, “I really like that CD Explorers of the New World. Can I take it home this weekend and make a copy? I will bring it back on Monday.” I responded by saying, “No, you can’t do that.” He said, “Oh sure I can. I have a CD burner!” “No,

Not MY Ning! by Bob Sprankle

I know I'm going to butcher this telling, but I'm thinking of a scene from one of my favorite movies, "Monty Python's The Meaning of Life." It's been years since I've seen the film (note to self visit my Netflix

Don't Leave "Have Nots" in the Dust

In this month's cover feature, "Big Time for Small Schools," page 34, Kim Carter takes us on a journey through a variety of new small schools nationwide, with a particular focus on the individual and distinctive ways each school is seeking to successfully implement reform. With common denominators moving beyond size