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All school districts, whether serving fewer than 900 students or more than 40,000, must keep track of inventory. Textbooks are among the most challenging items to monitor
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Where Do People Live? Where do people live? Why do they live there? Why do they move? Information from the World Almanac for Kids lists fun facts and figures. For example, what is the population of the United States? What are the smallest countries? These are facts students love to consider and can
Funding for education is always a concern and in challenging economic times like these, districts worry even more than usual about where they will find the moneyto pay for ongoing programs and new initiatives. This Quick Start Guide and companion
We had a break-in recently and lost several pieces of expensive equipment. Imagine my surprise when I was told a key had been used to enter the classroom! What can we do to better secure our site? With classrooms housing more and more equipment, security is an increasingly important issue; however, you'd be