Monthly Archives: May 2011

Four Ways Schools Can Thrive With Limited Budgets

  With numerous states cutting back on education spending, schools and districts are finding themselves with serious deficits and limited spending ability.   As a result many valuable programs, such as full-day kindergarten, summer school, yellow bus transportation, education technology … Continue reading


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Surgeons, Diagnosticians, Ed Tech and Parent Involvement

  You probably are wondering about this post’s title and what ed tech has got to do with various careers in medicine. We all understand that serious parent involvement is always a good thing for getting kids into medical school. … Continue reading

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Making Parent Involvement Easy for Your School Event

  As a school principal or administrator, you are probably familiar with scheduling software for parent teacher conferences. These popular web-based solutions enable the effortless creation of highly organized conferences – saving school staff hours of extra work.   However, … Continue reading

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