Ask the right questions to get the most from CARES Act funds and stimulus grants
Discovery Education and the National Afterschool Association have launched the Virtual Learning Response Fund.
Thanks to the CARES Act, $16.5 billion is set to go directly to state and local education agencies. Here's what that means to K-12 school districts.
ISTE CEO Robert Culatta calls for Congress to fund education in the 'bipartisan spirit of the Every Student Succeeds Act.'
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“It’s refreshing to see members of Congress put aside politics to do what is right by our country’s students and educators,” said ISTE CEO Richard Culatta.
The new cap proposed might cause recurring funding shortfalls for the E-rate program and disrupt long-term district broadband infrastructure planning.
“As the FY2019 E-rate application period closes, initial results show vibrant activity among schools and libraries seeking support,” said John Harrington, CEO of Funds For Learning.
Dr. Rachel Wisnefski brings over 10 years of business development and education market experience to the position.
Students in Lane and surrounding counties in Oregon will benefit from a $642,000 federal grant to help high-school students transition from CTE programs to post-secondary education and jobs.
School bond dollars remain a vital component in helping schools realize their visions, but school district leaders who have been through the process of trying to get a school bond passed in their community know that there’s no magic formula to ensure success. Author and former superintendent Don Lifto shares his tips for getting school bonds approved in challenging communities.
School leaders must balance infrastructure and device spending with operating efficiency, security mitigation, and responsibility for using every budgeted dollar well.