SOLUTIONS FOR EDUCATION LEADERS
Administr@tor Magazine
March 2006
Scholastic Administr@tor - September / October 2008 cover
  • FEATURES
  • What’s Next
    Get a leg up on the future with our look at some innovative research projects in the world of education. Plus, how their findings are going to change your job.
  • Where Have All the Male Teachers Gone?
    An already serious shortage of quality teachers is exacerbated by declining numbers of men entering the field. We explore what men offer in the classroom and why they’re staying away.
  • BEST PRACTICES
  • Glass Half Full
    Joe Hairston, superintendent of Baltimore (MD) County Public Schools, believes today’s educators—and their students—are doing better than ever. Here’s why.
  • Talk to the Handheld
    Administrators at North Kansas City (MO) Schools are reaping big rewards from a modest investment in handheld technology. Maybe you can too.
  • IN EVERY ISSUE
  • Plugged In
    How to deal with student blogs; Tiger Woods opens a new after-school center; how American students really stack up in math and science; and more.
  • In My Opinion: Why Video Games Are Good
    Get your school board on board with electronic communications and the rest of the district will follow, says technology supervisor Steve Dantinne.
  • Future Schools
    New assessment tools are a dream for one Hawaii school
  • Postings
    Check out the winners of CoSN’s prestigious awards.
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