Find out more about the business of education – from business contingency and continuity plans; to finding the best way to recruit and retain students and staff.

A Final Thought

Better Prepared Students

Four sure ways to raise test scores (without tests).

Business Practices

Six Essential Tools

Orienting board members to the school business office

A Final Thought

I Don't Like It

Schools should be designed for the good of the students

There Can Be No Doubt

Facilities and the conditions of the learning environment have an effect on students and staff.

Editor's Note (The View From Here)

Research Review

More challenges on the horizon.

A Final Thought

Rules, Laws, Policies

Aren't they supposed to be for the benefit of the students?

Managing Wireless Tenants on School Properties

The pros and cons of being a wireless site landlord from a school district’s point of view, and practical tips on how to minimize the cons.

Maintenance & Operations

Membership in an Organization is Beneficial

Attaining excellence in education through professional facility management.

Understanding technology, controls and systems integration

Technology (Enhancing + Engaging + Connecting)

Where's the Owner's Manual?

Understanding technology, controls and systems integration

Emerging Technology

1:1 Initiative?

Hopefully the 1:1 computing device-to-student ratio initiatives will be great.

A Final Thought

Better Educational Outcomes

The instant gratification of test results won't do it.

Business Practices

The New Frontier

The five Ws about cyber liability insurance.

Editor's Note (The View From Here)

Value of Partnerships

The proof is in the numberss.

A Final Thought

Seek Solutions

Celebrating what U.S. schools do well and a man who pointed the way.

Editor's Note (The View From Here)

Schools and Community

Serving all students in the classrooms and beyond.

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