If you want to rent it on your own, I would recommend Craigslist, creating a flyer on Postlets.com (which will automatically syndicate it to several websites, and give you HTML code to copy and paste onto Craigslist), and definitely putting a "FOR RENT" sign on your lawn, since many single family rental candidates find their rentals by driving the neighborhoods in which they are looking.
Realtors are prohibited from giving specific information regarding schools; I always direct my clients to www.greatschools.net. You can create a little flyer with school info, too.
If you want a little help, contact a local agent that is experienced with rentals (you want somebody that actually knows how to prepare a lease and will carefully include any necessary Riders -- like who is responsible for maintenance of certain items, lawncare, utilities, etc.) and have them market it for you by putting it on the MLS and other activities. The standard fee is 1 month's rent, which is split with the agent who brings the renter, and covers advertising costs and other marketing costs.
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