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Volume 9, Issue 23
June 28, 2011
Administrators: What Worked Best This Year?
With 2010-2011 fresh in our minds and 2011-2012 edging ever closer, EducationWorld asked several school administrators about their most successful strategies during the past year.
Unbelievable School Decisions: Child Stranded in Tree
Because of this school’s policy of non-interference, a boy was left alone, 20 feet in the air. It wasn’t until a passerby noticed the child in the tree that he was helped down.
Making Class Lists Needn’t Be a Nightmare
Creating class lists is never an easy job and is sometimes a nightmare. Putting together class lists requires great thought—and greater organization.
Parent Pointers for Summer
Try these tips for summer safety and learning in a parent newsletter or on your school's Web site.
Scavenger Hunt: A Fun Way to Introduce Staff
Staff scavenger hunts are a fun way to kick off the year and help new and returning faculty members get better acquainted.
Great Starts: Veteran Principals Offer Opening-Day Tips
Use these ideas to make the first day of the new school year a smooth one for kids, parents, teachers and you.
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