As traditional sources of funding decrease, securing grants is a reasonable supplement to established funding.
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Selecting and installing a new school intercom system now goes beyond simply replacing outdated equipment
If you've written one grant proposal, congrats! You're well on your way to your next one
Flush with funding, K-12 superintendents have to make sure spending solves current problems and provides investment in the future
To create a diverse school IT staff, education leaders have to be intentional about recruiting, supporting, and developing professionals from all backgrounds
Best practices, resources, guides, sites, and more for implementing restorative justice in schools
When crafting a grant proposal, asking yourself the right questions during the process can help improve your chance of success
Connecting with families continues to be a focus for educators as the 2021-22 school year begins
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Focusing on strategies in two key areas -- social and emotional needs and the assessment gap -- can pay dividends for educators in the upcoming school year
The inaugural virtual “lunch and learn” roundtable and interactive Q&A focused on implementing remote learning.
Georgia districts applied their remote learning lessons learned from 2014's "Snowmaggedon" to quickly launch an effective remote learning plan.