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Choosing a new student information system (SIS) is a big decision and not one that should be made lightly. Every state has some unique challenges when it comes to student information, but there are universal questions that you should be asking.
Winter break is a great chance for middle school students to relax, catch up on sleep, and spend time with family. Although parents don’t need to be academic drill sergeants during the break, there are several ways they can ensure their children are still learning and keeping key academic skills fresh while also enjoying their time off.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has many implications for K-12 financial and human resource staff. Here are some tips and guidelines your school can use to set up for fulfilling the new reporting requirements.
Times have changed
As anyone over the age of 25 can tell you, technology has rapidly changed the way we do things in a relatively short period of time. We have gone from painstakingly slow dial-up access (can you still hear the modem noise?) and waiting minutes for a single image to load, to always on broadband access and streaming high definition video to our cell phones. There are children growing up who don’t know a world without Google, who don’t know the feeling of simply having to make do with not knowing something, “just Google it,” they all say.