Should School Districts be required to post their monthly check registers on their web sites?
That would be a dream come true! I don't see that happening anytime in the future because they don't want to be held accountable, to that extent, to the taxpaying public. If we were to really look at their spending and not the generalized categories they would be forced to make an overhaul and be responsible for the tax money they spend.
by Jake Frost 6 years ago
How do schools in America work?I've always wondered this, I hear about middle school and high school but what ages are they. In the UK we just have primary and secondary, and lets say year 8 in the UK wouldn't be the same age as 8th grade in the US.
by Adamowen 5 years ago
Do you think test scores are a good indication of a school's competency?
by Stacie L 7 years ago
Are you prepared to send your kid to school in a bus advertising Little Ceasars pizza? You may not have a choice. Read more about how advertisers target kids As school districts face budget cuts, cash-strapped boards are finding opportunities in unlikely places. In several Texas school districts,...
by Brenda Trott, M.Ed 6 years ago
How do I get school districts to hire me as a trainer or speaker?I've written books and taught workshops for moms and nanny's but I have no idea how to make an offer or get hired by a school district. Any resources would be appreciated..better yet make it a hub!
by Three-Legged Dog 9 years ago
Some school districts are considering going to a 4-day week to cut budget costs. Is this effective? Pros? Cons? From a parent's point of view? A teacher's point of view?
by Rebecca Graf 8 years ago
Pros and cons of homeschoolers registering with school districts
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