The economic downturn has exposed fundamental weaknesses in education funding that have left cash-strapped schools more vulnerable
Financial literacy is a critical skill for students, but who should teach it -- and how?
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- Teachers' Perspective
Not surprisingly, teachers are not optimistic when they are under severe financial stress
- Hope for Homeless Students
A Chicago Public Schools partnership brings academic help and hope to students living in homeless shelters
- School Board News
May 2011 Up Front
News, views, and trends you should watch.
- Your Turn
May 2011 Your Turn
Your chance to tell us what you think
Is computer and video game usage changing our children's ability to focus and finish tasks?
- School Law
Defending Team Trademarks
Colleges and universities are aggressively defending their athletic teams' trademarks
Getting Public Support for Schools
Social networks can be a powerful tool to change public opinion and gain support for your schools
Improvement and reform can happen without new money, staff changes, or outside programs -- you just need hard work and collaboration
School Year Budget Transition
The transition between the current fiscal year and the next is critical for the financial health of your district
The Perfect Board Retreat
Meetings away from the boardroom can yield powerful results
Plan to Save Money
Districts still need to renovate and build new facilities. Strategic planning at all stages can gain community support and keep expenses down
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May 2011 Reports
From charter schools to women's health