Three Steps for Effectively Measuring SEL Program Effectiveness
For the past 10 years or so, school districts have wrestled with implementing social and emotional learning (SEL) standards within their schools. To support the social emotional needs of their students, school districts have attempted a variety of solutions, including hiring student support staff members such as guidance counselors, social workers, and/or psychologists to provide targeted interventions and support for students. Some districts have purchased research-based curricula, student response surveys, and strategies for teachers to incorporate into their daily lessons.
An Open Door to Increased Medicaid Revenue in Schools: School-Based Medicaid Expansion through Free Care
If you feel like you’ve just gotten a handle on the complexities of billing for Medicaid in schools, there’s good news and there’s bad news. Read the BlogContinue Reading
Cash Flow Monitoring for Long-Term Solvency
Why SBOs should consider implementing cash flow monitoring as a long-term solvency solution
The Six Key Elements to a Winning Budget Presentation
Presenting your district’s annual budget is hard, especially when the audience you present to has a different perspective from your own.Continue Reading
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How to Produce an Epic Financial Story
As the finance administrator of your district, you have a number of roles. But did you know? One of the most important parts you play is that of storyteller. How you tell the story of your district’s budget can be a difference-maker in building trust with your board members. How can you use data to give a winning financial presentation? Find out below.Continue Reading
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Four Tips for Building Compelling Visual Stories with Data
As the old saying goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” But what happens if the picture is sending the wrong message, or the intended message is being missed? Storytelling with data should be a strategic objective for all school administrators because as the pace of information gathering and sharing increases, it is even more important to be data-savvy and understand how to communicate your position to stakeholders.Continue Reading
Human Capital Management
Talk Data to Me: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Recruiting and Hiring Practices
The Frontline Research and Learning Institute recently surveyed district and school administrators regarding their organization’s past, present, and future focus of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I).Continue Reading
Track More Than Just Technology With Your District’s Asset Management System
Asset management systems can be used to track so much more than just technology assets, ensuring that items that are not tracked in an ERP system are still accounted for. School is a joyful place, and when students and staff collaborate to create something — well, things get moved.Continue Reading
The Top Three COVID-19 Vaccine Considerations for School HR in 2022
Remember when introduction of the COVID-19 vaccines seemed to present the bright light at the end of the tunnel from this global health crisis? After closures and a school year of hybrid and remote instruction, remember when we thought the 2021-2022 would be close to normal?Continue Reading
Effective Dating & Conditional Workflows in Position Management
Behind the scenes at any school district, there are playmakers at work — including business officials who keep the gears moving. And behind those people? Their systems and processes. Tried and true methods get the job done, but innovations save time and elevate professionals in HR, Finance, and Payroll to higher-level insights, strategy, and stewardship. And that elevates a school district to stronger learning outcomes.Continue Reading
Recruiting & Hiring
Talk Data To Me: Assessing the Health of Substitute Teacher Pools by State
The status of absence management within school districts throughout the pandemic has been a consistent topic on Talk Data to Me. As teacher absence rates have consistently climbed back to pre-COVID levels this school year, states have had varying success in rebuilding their substitute teacher pools and increasing the proportion of available substitutes who actively fill absences.Continue Reading