54 Results for 'Districts in Debt'
In Silicon Valley, cash-strapped schools are selling bonds to buy student laptops
In states where schools have to raise most of the money for buildings on their own, sharp inequities exist between districts with a strong tax base and those without
Districts can fall prey to financial firms that put their own interests first
States try to rescue their pension systems from bankruptcy, leaving less money for classrooms and teacher pay
Gaps in financial aid make the problem worse
Molly Berry, an algebra teacher at Strayhorn High School in Tate County, teaches parabolas to her class. Berry says that consistent leadership and high expectations have helped the…
California Watch Herb Calderon stood on the campus of Hillcrest High School, staring at a wall that cost $10 million to build. The mile-long barrier was constructed…