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Scheduling/Organizational Structures

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    • FlexMod Scheduling Redux
      Flexible modular scheduling isn't new, but it may be worth another look as a way to meet today's education needs.
      By Shannon Murray
    • Surprise Benefits of Arena Scheduling
      College-style scheduling in high school made students accountable for their choices and drastically reduced schedule changes.
      By Andrew Surloff
    • The Journey Toward 100% Proficiency
      Schoolwide initiatives in reading and math, creative use of the schedule, and changes to the curriculum help all students learn--and improve test scores.
      By Jan Mindish, Marianne Sullivan, Angela Stiklaitis, and Diane Baireuther
    • Behind the Scenes
      An evaluation of one school's office procedures reveals what office staff members are doing right and how they could do better.
      By Clete Lipetzky
    • A Crazy Idea That Worked
      Can something as basic as changing a lunch schedule facilitate reform? This principal said yes.
      By Kenneth P. Nye
    • The Schedule as a Tool to Improve Student Learning
      A school’s schedule is one of the most powerful tools a principal can use to shape the instructional program. The schedule can facilitate or inhibit opportunity for teacher collaboration. It can provide teaching teams with the flexibility they need to vary the length of classes and to accommodate a range of teaching strategies.
      By Ronald Williamson