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Cooperative Purchasing Contracts Can Help Implement Security Camera Law

Posted on August 11, 2015
Texas recently passed a new law requiring security cameras in self-contained special education classrooms if requested by a parent, trustee or staff member. Because the law applies at the start of the 2016-2017 school year, officials have one year to p...
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Legislative session results in weak funding increase

Posted on August 3, 2015
Texas’ 84th Legislative Session passed a budget that increased funding for the Texas Education Agency (TEA), but school finance experts argue that the increase is significantly smaller than it may seem. Joe Wisnoski  of Moak, Casey & Associates cove...
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Improving purchasing practices

Posted on July 28, 2015
Setting up a fair and logical process with written procedures will improve your purchasing practices, according to consultant Mark Rogers, who spoke at a workshop about purchasing practices at Harris County Department of Education’s School Finance Co...
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Disaster preparation rests on documentation

Posted on July 16, 2015
Storm clouds, bolts of lightning, people and pets running for cover—the images called up by the word “disaster,” right? But if you attended the Choice Partners disaster preparedness workshop at Harris County Department of Education on July 15, yo...
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Summertime may be busiest for maintenance

Posted on June 12, 2015
“Are you off in the summer?” When someone asks that question, you know they have never worked for a school district.  Between graduation and convocation is when construction, maintenance and custodial staff power through their list of projects tha...
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Prepare for disaster

Posted on June 5, 2015
National news recently focused on Texas, as homes and cars were washed away in the deluge of rain and flooding in May. Although the rain was needed to help ease the drought conditions across the state, it left a path of destruction in at least seven co...
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