K-12 Purchasing and Reimbursement Can Be Quick and Compliant with Digital Wallets

Realize the Full Potential of Public Funds with Digital Wallet Technology Each spring, school district leaders find themselves under pressure to spend unused funds before the end of the fiscal year. What if there was a better way? With the right partner, the hassle and frustration of waiting to see if you have enough funding … Continue reading “K-12 Purchasing and Reimbursement Can Be Quick and Compliant with Digital Wallets”

Learn How to Help Kids Respond Instead of React

Supporting social and emotional learning competencies School Specialty Subject Matter Experts: Cecilia Cruse, MS, OTR/L, Special Needs; Jennifer Fernández, Early Childhood; Laura “Nicole” Hill, Instructional Solutions The EANS program, “provide(s) services or assistance to eligible nonpublic schools to address educational disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.” As part of ClassWallet’s EANS Coffee Break series, we … Continue reading “Learn How to Help Kids Respond Instead of React”

Albertville Board of Education Approves Policy Changes to Help Teachers

By Stefante Randall Published: Sep. 22, 2021 at 10:08 PM EDT|Updated: 14 hours ago   ALBERTVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) – Throughout the pandemic, teaching has happened inside and outside of classrooms. …. Another change, new vendors teachers can use for school supplies. “They love Amazon and wanted Amazon to be added to purchase instructional supplies, and currently, we use … Continue reading “Albertville Board of Education Approves Policy Changes to Help Teachers”

Meet The Disruptors: Jamie Rosenberg Of ClassWallet On The Three Things You Need To Shake Up Your Industry

If you’re not failing, you’re failing: Stretching yourself beyond your comfort zone gets you where you need to be. Asa part of our series about business leaders who are shaking things up in their industry, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jamie Rosenberg, The CEO of ClassWallet. Jamie Rosenberg, the founder, and CEO of ClassWallet … Continue reading “Meet The Disruptors: Jamie Rosenberg Of ClassWallet On The Three Things You Need To Shake Up Your Industry”

What’s in your classroom? An analysis of classroom supply fund spending.

This spring ClassWallet saw our busiest week in company history as teachers pushed to finish using up their funds on classroom purchases. While we were proud that the platform and our team made it through with flying colors, we got curious about what teachers were buying for their students. So we conducted a statewide analysis … Continue reading “What’s in your classroom? An analysis of classroom supply fund spending.”

A Conversation on Teacher Empowerment and Classroom Spending Decisions

The recent national headline “Teachers Quit Jobs at Highest Rate on Record” may be striking news to some, but it’s just an echo in the educator community. Teacher feedback consistently shows that salary is a primary motivator for job satisfaction. However, it’s frequently additional frustrations (working conditions, weak support, lack of autonomy, etc.) that fuel the final decision to walk away from what was formerly a passion for many.

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EdTech Digest Feature of ClassWallet CEO

No stranger to education technology, Jamie Rosenberg has launched two successful technology companies in the space. His journey from mergers and acquisitions lawyer to social entrepreneur is a living example of how one person can change the world.

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How To Keep & Retain The Millennial Teacher

We sat down with international education consultant Jennifer Abrams to discuss what is needed for schools to keep and retain the millennial teacher and help this generation thrive.  Millennials make up the largest percentage of teachers, yet only 6% of superintendents think their district understands the needs of millennial teachers

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Do You Know What Motivates Millennial Teachers?

Hint: It’s not purchase orders, requisition forms and receipts. Millennials are the largest generation in the US labor force today.  That means 1 in 3 workers are now millennials and those entering school systems are not being supported in a way that is useful to their skills and needs.

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