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You Can Take It With You

Can Take It With You By Jeffrey Branzburg --> from Technology & Learning How to integrate video segments in curriculum—without worry. Video-sharing sites such as YouTube and Google Video contain a great deal of education- related content. For example, take YouTube's CitizenTube, an area where

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Quick Take: Election 2004

GEORGE W. BUSH Platform: Signed into law on January 8, 2003, the No Child Left Behind Act remains the cornerstone of President Bush's education policy. Among the legislation's many components is the requirement that schools not meeting "adequate yearly progress" for two consecutive years develop an improvement plan

Taking the Lead

Welcome, administrators. This annual special leadership issue is designed with your particular challenges in mind. To that end, we've crafted the content around the themes of practicality and efficiency. Increasingly, professional development directors are saying that personal response systems are key to customizing

If You Host it Will They Come?

Tip: How to Get More Attendees at Workshops Have you attended an event lately where the attendance was dismal? Why don't we ever market our great ideas and efforts effectively in education? My friend and colleague, Dr. Katie Klinger came up with a great idea for a workshop at a recent conference...What do you