Podcast Ep. 32 “Are Schools Spending Your Money Wisely?” With Guest Ted Lamb

When it comes to school budgets, where does all the money go? Today’s guest, Ted Lamb, tells us about constricting federal policies that funnel funds from the classroom and into unnecessary things. But, as a school board member, Ted has had a front-row opportunity to speak out against poor spending. Follow along with today’s

By |2022-09-07T12:21:37-04:00September 7th, 2022|Facilities, Podcast Episodes|0 Comments

Arizona Governor Ducey Set to Sign First-Ever Universal School Choice Bill

Arizona families could send their children to any school they want with the new state’s universal school choice bill. The Arizona Legislature recently approved what could become the nation’s largest school choice program, which would make education vouchers available to all K-12 students in the state. The next step for House Bill 2853 is to

By |2022-07-06T10:43:08-04:00July 5th, 2022|Facilities, Government, News|1 Comment

Will School Choice Lead to Defunded Public Schools?

School choice allows public education funds to follow students to the schools or services that best fit their needs—whether that’s to a public school, private school, charter school, home school, or any other learning environment families choose. This seems like a good concept, and you’d think it would have rousing support from all sides. After

By |2022-06-25T11:21:24-04:00June 25th, 2022|Facilities, Government|3 Comments

Schools Feeling the Pain at the Pump

Recent gas prices are soaring to record levels, panicking schools across the country. Georgia State Superintendent Richard Woods requested that the Biden Administration allow schools to use COVID-19 relief funds to cover the rising gas prices. According to one school superintendent, Kenneth Dyer, the current fuel prices are something school districts have never seen before.

By |2022-03-14T15:13:30-04:00March 15th, 2022|Facilities, News|0 Comments

The Great Teacher Salary Debate

My mother was a teacher. She taught first-graders for several years and enjoyed it. She even included her first-graders in her wedding, a choice she has never seemed to regret. Now, many years later, she still talks happily about her students. She was a resourceful and determined teacher. After leaving her school, she taught us

By |2022-09-23T11:05:48-04:00December 13th, 2021|Facilities|0 Comments
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