Magazine article District Administration

Team DA: Shared Reader Expertise Strengthens the DA Community

Magazine article District Administration

Team DA: Shared Reader Expertise Strengthens the DA Community

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THE PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY OF DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION, the most read leadership magazine for senior-level administrators in every K12 school system in the United States, has enormous expertise. While we work hard to bring you up-to-date and usable content each month to help you do your job better, added power comes from the extended DA community. So whether you are a superintendent, business officer, technology manager, curriculum director, library/media specialist or funding administrator, DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION is the place to share information with colleagues everywhere.

We therefore list staff e-mail addresses, so readers can send ideas to the right editor. These include Judy Hartnett, who assigns and edits district and administrator profiles and the problem/solution department; Angela Pascopella, who assigns and edits feature articles; Ken Royal, who directs the new products section and writes curriculum updates; and Zach Miners, who writes the news and "Inside the Law." Other members of the team include contributing writers in specialized areas, such as Will Richardson on online technologies, Eamonn O'Donovan on topics for supervisors, and Carla McClure on educational research. It also includes DA columnists such as Dan Kinnaman, who covers leadership trends in "Understanding the Times"; Gary Stager, who tackles controversy head-on in "Speaking Out"; and guest writers who write professional opinion pieces, such as school security expert Scott Poland and Anne Bryant, executive director of the National School Boards Association.

Editorial Advisory Panel

We also solicit ideas and opinions from the DA Editorial Advisory Panel, a national roundtable of readers who guide our editorial focus and provide feedback on critical issues. At various times we ask panel members to comment on prepublished articles, share reactions to published features, participate in interviews, and specify new topics for our editorial calendar. …

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