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Maribeth has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Monthly, Christianity Today, Teacher Magazine, Extraordinary Ordinary Women Making a Difference, American School Board Journal, and elsewhere.
The Association was featured in dozens of news stories, including major outlets like POLITICO, CQ Roll Call and The Atlantic, as well as industry publications like the American School Board Journal.
Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools (ED-GRS) in southern California, and an article by ED-GRS Director Andrea Falken, titled "Resources for Going Green," was published in the American School Board Journal.
Respected educational journals--among them The School Review, Educational Review, The American School Board Journal, the Wisconsin Journal of Education, and The Journal of Educational Psychology--featured articles whose urgent and vituperative rhetoric bemoaned a national school system that, as one writer describes, subjected "young males to the psychics of the woman, until we have a result in a feminized manhood, emotional, illogical, non-combative against public evils" (Chadwick 115).
The American School Board Journal May 2001 cover story reviewed the legal risks for schools with regard to suicide.
The Journal of School Nursing and the American School Board Journal each published studies which showed a correlation between facilities with a full time nurse and better school performance and attendance.
American School Board Journal (ASBJ) is accepting nominations online for the 2008 Magna Awards that focus on best practices that advance student learning through school board leadership.
Approximately one quarter of new teachers leave the profession within three years, according to the American School Board Journal (October 2005).
The superintendents' top choices for these quality rankings were largely nonrefereed magazines: School Administrator (SA) and the American School Board Journal (ASBJ).
Good, former president of a school board and a frequent contributor to American School Board Journal, Education Week, and Teacher Magazine, touches on a range of education issues in this collection of essays.
In a recent article in the American School Board Journal, Gall Bush, a member of the Teacher Librarian advisory board, explains the value of well-funded and professionally staffed school library programs to the journal's readership-school board members.
Even though both of those pieces of federal legislation have expired, the number of career academies keeps rising, the American School Board Journal reports.
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