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Collaboration is the art and science of combining people's talents, skills, and knowledge to achieve a common goal.
School Planning & Management asked experts who are involved in various education-related fields to talk about what is happening in regard to K-12 education and what they expect in the near future. The following are their thoughts on the topics of design and planning of learning spaces, legislation, sustainability and safety and security.
Understanding technology, controls and systems integration
The school-choice movement has set off an intense national debate about vouchers and charter schools.
It's time to take control of what you are spending on shipping costs. Since 2006, Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS) has saved our taxpayers over $1 million negotiating our own transportation contracts.
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Proper event management can be highly beneficial for your institution. Join us to find out how to refine your event management process.
Come join our discussion as we dive into how the public's usage of facilities can stop being a headache and start being a positive for your institution.
Read this guide to ensure your student and facility performance doesn't waiver as a result of employee turnover.
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As in most years, the President’s budget request is dead on arrival when it is announced. This year is not much different than those in the past. However, with a divided government, the budget and appropriations process gets a bit more challenging and interesting. The
See how this school district went from bleeding energy dollars to saving over $1.5 million a year in cost avoidance, earning an ENERGY STAR rating of 97 and becoming an 11-time Partner of the Year award winner.
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