The Washington Post reports on progress at Eastern Senior High School in Northeast Washington, D.c., where administrators overcame the problems of a year ago and managed to produce schedules for all students in time for the opening day of classes. The school credits its new $10 million D.C. STARS computer system for the dramatic improvement. Although opening day went smoothly, the Post reports that other scheduling errors have arisen as well as trouble with internet access. At least one unnamed school principal said there are problems with the D.C. STARS system and that the transition to it has “not been smooth.” (Note: This site requires registration.)