May

How Can Schools Cope with Base Re-Alignments?

The massive redeployment of U.S. troops forces some districts to scramble to meet demands, while others try to cope with losing enrollment and funding

 

Supporting Students With Deployed Parents

Students whose parents are called to active duty face challenges and stresses that schools must be ready to address

 

Features

  • The Arts and Technology

    Computers have resulted in a new revolution for the visual medium, but funding, training, and time are barriers to implementation

  • America in Pictures

    Iconic images are part of the NEH program for schools

Departments

  • School Board News

    May 2008 Upfront

    News, views, and trends you should watch.

  • Your Turn

    May 2008 Your Turn

    Your chance to tell us what you think

  • Research

    Use School Business Managers as Budget Allies

    When developing and managing your district's budget, the business manager must understand the investment you have to make in teaching and learning

  • School Law

    Is Silence in the Classroom Really Golden?

    Is a mandatory 'moment of silence' pure religion, or just an opportunity to relax and get focused for the day? Take a look at what the courts and legal experts have to say

  • Governance

    School Board Committees Enhance Effectiveness

    Using subgroups to do the grunt work of your district's business can lead to more effective board meetings--and more effective boards as well

  • Technology

    Net Neutrality Important in Schools

    If we have to deal with a two-tiered Internet in our future, schools and others could face a number of hassles that may hamper access to learning