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Outside the Lunch Box: Innovative Ways School Districts Are Reinventing Their School Lunch Programs

October 22nd, 2018

LinkedinTwitterFacebookemailPrintLast week was National School Lunch Week. This year’s theme was “School Lunch: Lots 2 Love”, which was designed to help students and school nutrition professionals connect and share what each loves most about school lunch with parents, school officials, the media and the general public.”1 The recognition of National School Lunch week prompted us […]

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How to Keep up with Ever-Evolving Technology in Education

March 20th, 2018

LinkedinTwitterFacebookemailPrintWith technology changing at a rapid pace, it’s clear it will continue to comprise a significant place in the future of K-12 education. Technology infiltrates almost every facet of K-12 education, thus learning to incorporate technology into the daily workings of a classroom represents an important task for your Chief Technology Officer (CTO) or technology […]

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Student Data Privacy and Your School District

January 23rd, 2018

LinkedinTwitterFacebookemailPrintBest practices for preventing the misuse of student and faculty personally identifiable information (PII) Take a look at these headlines: Data Breach Exposes Hundreds of Student Records: The personal information of Palo Alto High School students was published via a website that allowed students to see class ranking, grade-point averages and identification numbers.1 (October 2017) […]

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Show of Hands: Should Districts Cater to Students’ Learning Styles?

November 7th, 2017

LinkedinTwitterFacebookemailPrintAs a thoughtful leader and dedicated difference-maker in your school district, you will do anything to provide the best possible experiences for your students, faculty, and staff. But even though it may be easy to say, “Yes, we must cater to every student’s learning style,” experienced superintendents are savvy enough to explore personalized learning environments […]

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