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Education WEEK n MaRcH 27, 2013 n 33 RecRuitment maRketplace tO aDVeRtiSe (888) 329-2373 superintendent SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS HINCKLEY-BIG ROCK CUSD 429 MARLBORO TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT Marlboro Township Public Schools, located in Marlboro, New Jersey, seeks an individual with visionary leadership and strong administrative skills to lead a district of 5,400 students. Salary is in the range of $165,000 with a comprehensive benefits package. The actual salary will be negotiated by the Marlboro Board of Education based on experience and qualifications for the position. Interested candidates may apply online at www.rayassoc. com Ray and Associates, Inc. Ph: 319/393-3115 E-mail: Application Deadline: April 5, 2013 Do not contact the Board or District directly. Hinckley, Illinois The Board of Education of the Hinckley-Big Rock Schools seeks an outstanding superintendent to lead this K-12 school district, a far western suburban area of Chicago. The Hinckley-Big Rock School District works continually to refine and enrich programs for the benefit of its students. The district’s 730 students are supported by a budget of $11 M. The position will begin July 1, 2013. To learn more or to apply on-line visit E l m s f o rd Consultant: Tom Madden 2145 Tanglewood Court Highland Park, IL. 60035 Phone: 847.220.1585 · Fax: 847.579.1586 UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT Westchester County, NY We are currently seeking a SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS The Elmsford School District is rich in history and cultural diversity. Located only 15 miles north of New York City, Elmsford blends urban conveniences with rural beauty in an area that is marked by the stability of its residents. The community is a veritable microcosm of the ethnic, racial, socioeconomic and religious diversity of the United States. This offers the district’s students the chance to learn and develop within a population that is representative of the nation. Although its total area is just 1.1 square miles, Elmsford has easy access to White Plains, New York City and Connecticut. The district’s Strategic Plan follows the Continuous Improvement Model, and its programs build upon the work of Professional Learning Communities. Among district program offerings are Advanced Placement courses, music technology, dual-languages, and a host of programs designed to monitor student learning progress. New York State certification as a School District Leader (SDL or SDA) is required. The community is currently involved in providing input for a set of specifications for the new Superintendent. As soon as this is completed, the information will be found on the District’s web site: Applications will be due no later than April 28, 2013. Only on-line applications will be accepted by going to the School Leadership, LLC web site at and clicking on “Current Vacancies”. An Equal Opportunity Employer Positions Available Marina View Preschool & Kindergarten has 2 Positions for Early Childhood Teacher: Develop & implement lessons for preschool children for their physical, social & emotional development. Establish classroom environment conducive for learning. Observe & keep record of students' intellectual growth. Communicate with parents on students' progress. Minimum Requirement BA Education. Mail CV to Reshma Morey 25301 Sweet Meadow Ln Laguna Niguel, CA 92677. SUPERINTENDENT San Leandro Unified School District, CA The San Leandro Unified School District is located in Alameda County, California, on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay, between Oakland to the northwest and Hayward to the southeast. The District serves 8,800 K - 12 students. The District is proud of its linguistically and culturally-diverse student population. The Board seeks a superintendent who will embrace diversity and hold high expectations for all students, partnering with the District’s dedicated and involved teachers, staff, administrators, and community. Competitive compensation. Screening begins in mid-April. For additional information, or to apply, visit: Get Education WEEk’s F R e POSNERarEEr coach e c ADVERTISING JOB NO: 010-0313-3970 nEWslEttEr CLIENT: Elmsford Schools SIZE: 3.125 x 5” PUB: Ed Week INSERT DATE: 03/27/13 by DATE: 03/14/13 at rEgistEring ARTIST: Scott PAGE: 1 REV: 3 LINE SCREEN: 85 5600 N. River Rd., Suite 180 Rosemont, IL 60018 847.318.0072 An Equal Opportunity Employer

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Education Week - March 27, 2013
N.Y.C. System School-Match Gaps Tracked
INDUSTRY & INNOVATION: Educators Questioning Timing of
Resident Teachers Are Getting More ‘Practice’
DIGITAL DIRECTIONS: Race to Top Districts ‘Personalize’ Plans
News in Brief
Report Roundup
Study Finds Gaps in ‘College Ready’ Math Offerings
Early-Algebra Push Found to Yield No NAEP Boost
Math Teachers Break Down Standards For At-Risk Students
More Teachers Group Students by Ability
San Diego Superintendent Pick Has Deep Parental Ties
Partnership Combines Science Instruction and English Learning
States’ Score Cards Pinpoint Problems Of School Climate
Experts: Later School Start Helps Sleep-Deprived Teens
Blogs of the Week
Project Aims to Expand Web Access
New NAEP Demands Application of Knowledge
Elementary Students Tackling Windmills
Policy Brief
'Parent Trigger’ Laws Catching Fresh Wave
School Angles Seen in Same-Sex-Marriage Cases
‘Sequester’ Cuts Still in Place Amid Budget Wrangling
Political Storm Rages as Acting N.M. Chief Presses on With Job
Congress Eyes Pre-K
REGIS ANNE SHIELDS & KAREN HAWLEY MILES: Want Effective Teachers? Think About Your Value Proposition
ALISON CROWLEY: Getting Rid of the GPS: Teaching the Common Standards in Math
STEPHEN R. HERR: Celebrating Without Accomplishing
TopSchoolJobs Recruitment
AMANDA GARDNER: The Many Keys To Radical Classroom Change

Education Week - March 27, 2013