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Spotlight: A Model For Public School Excellence
Dan Domenech with Alberto Carvalho


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In this segment we interview AASA's National Superintendent of the Year whose tough decisions have created a noteworthy model for public school excellence.


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Five Ways to Create Healthier Learning Environments in Schools
Dan Domenech with Howell Wechsler, EdD, MPH


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The data is clear, health impacts student achievement. In this segment we look at ways to improve  student health by improving school climates.


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E-learning on Snow Days: Lessons Learned
Dan Domenech with Shelly Vaughn


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In this segment we talk about what was learned about using E-learning on snow days when schools close for weather.  We also discuss the key challenges and parent feedback.


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E-Rate: Providing High Speed Internet Access to All Schools
Dan Domenech with Jessica Rosenworcel


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In this segment we talk about the E-Rate program, the nation's largest education technology initiative. Revisions to the program are currently being explored in pursuit of expanding broadband access to all schools.

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NEW TREND: Integrating Physical Activity Into Classrooms and Lesson Plans
Dan Domenech with Shellie Pfohl

          

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Science clearly shows a connection between physical activity and academic performance.  In this segment we talk about new efforts to introduce physical activity into  math, science and social studies lesson plans.

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