Educating children with this complex condition puts a strain on budgets and staff
The needs are great, but services are few. What can be done to help some of our most troubled kids?
- Your Turn
March 2008 Your Turn
Your chance to tell us what you think
- School Board News
March 2008 Up Front
News, views, and trends you should watch.
Getting Your Students Into the Flow
The theory and practice of training star athletes can be used by schools to help students discover their talents, develop their skills, and derive pleasure from learning.
- School Law
School Boards and Book Debates
Although the courts generally support schools in curriculum controversies, challenges over textbooks and literature can present a host of policy and political problems.
Dealing with Sensitive Personnel Matters
When an employee commits a crime or an unsavory act, the district faces a tough balancing act. What should you say to parents, staff, and the media without violating privacy?
Developing Your Governing Capacity
A board that works together with an eye toward the organization's future can make a high-inpact difference in the governance and effectiveness of your school district.
How to Find The Right Auditor
Having someone critique your operations is stressful and time-consuming, but picking the most qualified person or firm for the job can make your life a lot easier.
Vista's Incompatibility Problem
Microsoft's new operating system gets a thumbs down from the public despite security improvements.
Saving Money on Your New Auditorium
It's a twofold challenge: How do you optimize the dollars you spend and increase the use of your space?
March 2008 Marketplace
Physical education and athletics