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Fiscal Services

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Construction

From start to finish, EH&A will keep your construction projects running smoothly and cost efficient.

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Featured News

Does your district have a continuity of operations plan? It should now.

Article written by Michael Raisor, PhD. the Senior Vice President, Education Solutions for MGT. Making preparations to avoid confusion during any emergency—including a pandemic—is critical. Calling the pandemic a shock for school districts nationwide is an understatement. For many districts, the sudden shift to home learning necessitated sudden steps like purchasing tablets and laptops, creating…

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Ed Dept resource examines how schools can use ARP funds to address learning loss

The U.S. Dept. of Ed. released a new resource, “Strategies for Using American Rescue Plan Funding to Address the Impact of Lost Instructional Time,” examining evidence-based strategies for addressing pandemic-related learning loss using their share of the $122 billion in ARP funds earmarked for K-12 education. The resource details ways educators can use those funds…

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School districts hesitate to use ARP funding for construction projects

A survey by the AASA reveals that school districts across the country don’t plan to spend much of their American Rescue Plan funds on facilities renovations or new construction. Close to half of districts indicated they would spend no more than 10% of ARP funding on school facilities improvements, while 16% of districts said they…

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