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In the wake of the hurricanes that pounded the Southeast last fall, many local public school facilities served as emergency shelters. In Florida, however, only three of the state’s 654 […]
Serious concerns—such as student anxiety, lunch shaming and immigration policy—shared 2017’s education headlines with the whirling whimsy of fidget spinners. But what lasting impact will these developments have? And how […]
Scheduling and managing special events at school district facilities can be complicated. Maintaining a schedule, understanding staffing and other needs, setting up and tearing down rooms, identifying insurance risks and […]
SafeSchools Training is being used by thousands of school districts across the nation, including 40 of the 100 largest. These districts have access to a comprehensive library of expert-authored online […]
Photo credit: Rockfon. Bellevue School District in Washington transformed its one-story Sammamish High School into a three-story educational facility. It’s the last phase of the district’s initiative to rebuild all […]
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Sheldon ISD in Houston has relied on community support and its own resilience to get classes going again. When the storm hit on August […]
Describe preparation versus prevention when it comes to a school district’s safety plan. You can only prepare for general incidents; you can’t prepare for the specific. Preparing a safety plan […]
Visit just about any racially mixed school and you will see black, white, Asian and Latino kids clustered in their own groups. Is this self-segregation a problem to address or […]
The completion of the Maywood Center for Enriched Studies, a grade 6 through 12 magnet school, marks the end of Los Angeles USD’s 14-year effort to add 131 new schools. […]
Districts in Minnesota and California are participating in pilot programs that provide all-electric, zero-emissions buses that should cost much less to power and maintain. Schmitty & Sons, a transportation company […]
Just about every major company uses sophisticated enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to streamline procedures, automate purchasing and monitor finances. Now, some early adopters in K12 education have deployed ERP […]
When the New York City Department of Education announced in September that all public school students will now receive free lunch, it joined a growing number of cities around the […]
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