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Special Report: Show You the Money

This special money supplement highlights ways your schools can get it, save it and spend it.
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This special money supplement highlights ways your schools can get it, save it and spend it. Also included in the supplement is “The Trouble with E-Rate,” cost-saving case studies, and "SchoolCIO: How to justify tech expenses."

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EDITOR’S NOTE: SHOWING YOU THE MONEY

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This site, divided into information for five different age groups, provides lessons and activities that teach important lessons about saving, spending, and ways to avoid debt.

Federal grant money available

 Schools struggling with student dropouts and discipline problems have an opportunity to tackle those issues with innovative programs funded by federal grant money, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and the Dignity in Schools Campaign said recently.

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