Business & Finance

Articles: Business & Finance

Kylie Lacey
Technology in the classroom opens up opportunities for students of all ages at San Juan Unified, which has a partnership with Target.
Districts find unique revenue streams in corporate partnerships
Alison DeNisco
Granbury ISD students celebrate the groundbreaking of a high school remodel that includes a new ninth grade wing and a fine arts center expansion.
Many school leaders say they are renovating or building to maximize space and update old facilities
Ariana Rawls Fine
The above chart, from United Educators’ “2011 Public Schools Claims Report,” shows the dollar cost of claims for each category of bodily injury among district employees across the nation. (Click to enlarge)
Understanding coverage needs to proactively mitigate risks in districts large and small
Tim Goral
Leslie T. Fenwick is dean of the School of Education at Howard University. Her upcoming book is "Jim Crow’s Pink Slip: Public Policy and the Near Decimation of Black Educational Leadership After Brown."
Education policy advocate explains why we should diversify the overwhelmingly white U.S. teaching force

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