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|Instructional materials purchases are generally the largest annual purchases school districts make. Often, districts have too many products to review and too little time to review them carefully. Research has shown that only 54% of the instructional materials that claim to be 100% aligned actually are. For that reason alone, districts, on average, have half a million dollars worth of unused instructional materials. Does yours? In this webinar, Jackie Lain, president of Learning List, shared effective practices to help districts stretch their instructional materials funds and avoid purchasing materials that ultimately go unused or do not deliver as promised.|
|In this Radio TICAL episode, Dan Neville, Technology Specialist with Arizona’s Kyrene School District, shares how his district is using technology for more effective asset and data management. He gives examples that range from wireless devices that improve the accuracy of textbooks and equipment inventories to tools for collecting data from lots of sources in one place for analysis and interpretation.|
|School Services Provides a variety of services to school primarily in the finance area. They also provide support for legislative efforts. They produce a daily report on the State level activities specifically related to education.|
|This free, dynamic web portal is an innovative project to promote excellence in middle grades education. It is a treasure chest of resources for middle school teachers and administrators. It contains twelve recommendations to help educators fulfill the vision that all middle grades students can achieve high standards and become lifelong learners. There is easy access to research based content, resources and practices, including video vignettes of best practices for middle level educators.|
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