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Big investments in labor and vendor contracts, but scant information on how the spending affects students.
Why every education leader should care about what happened to Julia Keleher
An expansive interpretation could have unintended consequences
New Federal Money is Coming to Schools. There Are Other Options for Spending it Than Hiring Lots More Staff.
Try tutoring, time, technology, or other new ideas instead.
Pushing dollars directly to individual schools would increase transparency, public engagement
Reduce class sizes, lengthen the school year, provide tutoring—or let principals decide?
Funding crunch is a chance to revise, remove arcane, inequitable grandfather clauses
Opportunities ahead for education leaders
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