Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership

Sample Schedules

From School Scheduling Associates the schedules listed here provides excel templates and samples of master schedules for elementary, middle, and high schools. Use these to build your own master schedule.
School 2.0

The US Department of Education has created a website to help school districts envision how to support teaching and learning using technology. Also called etoolkit, it includes an interactive map to assist with building a vision. There is also a "bandwidth calculator" to help schools and districts look at bandwidth needs to support various uses of technology.
School AUP

This is a dynamic document designed to support teachers, school media specialists, and education leaders in developing, maintaining, and enforcing Acceptable Use Policies (AUP) designed to: Promote the most effective, productive, and instructionally sound uses of digital, networked, and abundant information environments and Provide safe digital environments for learners and to instill safe practices and habits among the learning community.
School Improvement as a Function of Engaged Students, Revivified Teachers, and an Involved Community

In this presentation from the Leadership 3.0 Symposium, Rushton Hurley addresses how rapid change in funding, technology and the political climate has made strengthening staff morale and collaboration all the more complex, but these challenges may offer phenomenal opportunities for your school. This presentation discusses six interwoven techniques for improving student performance, rekindling teacher professionalism, and connecting with supporters in the community. Come with an open mind and leave with resources, ideas and a plan for a strong end to the school year.
School Leader Development: Building 21st Century Schools

As part of Microsoft's Partners in Learning Program, this CD is a workshop treasure. Use this material with boards of education, groups of administrators, business officials and even students! You are actively involved in writing reflections on the material which builds a workable plan in the end. The goal? To help school leaders prepare our students for the world that has changed. Our students have changed, our world has changed. Have our schools changed? Participants are exposed to educational experts who speak on change, vision, curriculum, leadership, 21st century skills, and more. For a preview, contact Kevin Silberberg.
School Services of California

School Services Provides a variety of services to school primarily in the finance area. They also provide support for legislative efforts. They produce a daily report on the State level activities specifically related to education.
School Wise Press

This is a site designed primarily for parents of public school students. It contains significant data for educators to view in an easy-to-read format. Their mission is to put the power of information about California schools in the hands of parents. They believe that they can help parents participate in the school life and education of their children by creating and distributing information that clarifies how schools work and how schools differ, and guides parents as to how they can more fully participate in school life.
Schools and the Future of Work

This special 2017 report from Education Week looks at how technological change, globalization, climate instability, artificial intelligence, automation and other factors are changing what work will be available and how schools can prepare students for an uncertain future--or not.
Schools to Watch

Effective use of technology is a selection criterion in the Schools to Watch Taking Center Stage program. The program recognizes a small number of diverse, high-performing model middle schools to demonstrate what all middle schools should be and are capable of achieving. The site includes profiles of model schools, all of which welcome visitors.
Scientifically Based Research

What counts as scientifically based research? In 2002, the U.S. Department of Education convened experts to discuss just that topic. Read papers submitted by the experts and a transcript of the seminar. (NCLB)
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