The superintendent of a suburban Ohio school district has turned her district around in two quick years by implementing several technology-based programs and creating a "no-excuses" environment.

When Deborah S. Delisle became superintendent of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District (CHUH) two years ago, the district's status was "academic watch."

Ohio's state report card ranks districts in one of five categories: excellent, effective, continuous improvement, academic watch, and academic emergency. In just two years, CHUH has improved its status by two categories in the state's rankings, to...

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