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A unique window of opportunity has opened for states and districts to finance school construction and renovation. Through the Qualified School Construction Bond (QSCB) program, created by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the federal government will provide tax credits, in lieu of interest paid by the state or district, to bondholders.


The six schools at the high school campus are arranged like fingers protruding from a hand.

The G. Weaver Hipps Elementary School's artful design maks the building's original identity as a big-box store.

There are more mobile devices on the market than ever, and many of them have been used successfully in many districts around the country to foster student learning. Here is a guide to some of the many mobile devices to consider implementing in your district.


Interactive whiteboard, small room solution

A leading school in Washington state needed a solution which allowed them to use interactive whiteboards with a projector for a complete interactive learning solution. This school district looked to their education technology reseller who recommended ViewSonic.

In the Alhambra Elementary School District in Phoenix, success is infectious. That explains why almost all the schools in the at-risk district have adopted Success for All, the research-proven reading program developed by the non-profit Success for All Foundation.

When Cindy Berck decided to pursue a doctoral degree in education, only one obstacle stood in her way: no such program existed at the time in northern Michigan, where she is director of human resources and grants at Traverse City Area Public Schools.