K-12 Schools Can Increase Spend Transparency and Efficiency
Trying to allocate finances with increasingly limited school funding can feel impossible. But when it’s time to think about new ways to save, extracurricular subjects like music and drama don’t necessarily have to go. Instead of slashing the budgets needed for books and materials, school districts should look outward for viable solutions.
Here, we look at four ways to magnify your spending so you can take back control, strategically employ your dollars, and get back to funding what matters most – the education of our K-12 students.