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By Dawn Smith / May 14, 2019

Cyber and Physical Security in Schools – What should you be thinking about?

The topic of school security is growing more visible nationwide and the pressure is mounting to implement viable solutions to cyber and physical threats.

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By Dawn Smith / May 14, 2019

Customer Service in an Education Setting – Why it Works

School districts can benefit from taking a customer service approach to interactions with parents and staff to improve collaboration and communication.

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By Dawn Smith / May 2, 2019

Student Poverty and Education

According to the National Center for Children Living in Poverty, about 15 million children in the United States today are...

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By Dawn Smith / April 9, 2019

What Happened to Meritocracy – Bribery in US Schools

The rich and famous have always had a leg up on the best seats at first-class restaurants, high profile baseball games,...

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By Dawn Smith / April 9, 2019

Child Victim Act – What is this and will it affect my school district?

Child Victim Act, (CVA), was passed on Feb. 14th 2019.  Signed by Gov. Cuomo in NY State, it affects those New York...

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By Dawn Smith / April 9, 2019

Electronic preservation of school district documentation

Electronic conservation of school documents is fast becoming an attractive option for school districts. This advancement in technology, however, has...

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By Dawn Smith / March 7, 2019

Poor Conditions in US Schools: Affecting Quality Education?

Many US schools are suffering with poor physical conditions and subsequently affecting quality education.

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By Dawn Smith / March 7, 2019

Is it Easy Going Green?

Budget crunches in school districts is a common topic in the news today.  Another common theme is avoiding waste and being...

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By Dawn Smith / March 5, 2019

School Choice: The Zipcode and Education Debate is Ongoing

Children of lower income families suffer disproportionately, unable to attend private schools or relocate into affluent public schools. School choice programs aim to break the link between zip codes and quality of education.

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By Dawn Smith / February 5, 2019

What Can I Do About Bullying?

Today, students are vulnerable to cyber bullying. This certainly adds a new element to the verbal and physical bullying that existed in our pasts and unfortunately, present.

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