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What Your District Needs to Know About Property Insurance

Published by Jessica Zaleski at April 25, 2016 | Categories: IT Asset Management

Your district is full of valuables within the walls of each building, millions of dollars’ worth of assets and materials. So if a disaster strikes, knowing exactly what you have could save your district a lot of money.

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4 Tips for Making the Most of Your IMA Funds

Published by Jessica Zaleski at April 5, 2016 | Categories: Budgeting, Instructional Materials, IT Asset Management

We’ve enlisted Duncanville ISD’s IM Coordinator Misty Fisher to give her insight into how districts can ensure they are maximizing their IMA funds. Read on as Misty shares the top four tips she’s learned during her nine years as an IM coordinator. Misty also serves as a Board of Directors on the IMCAT board and is the current President for NTTCA.

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Understanding California’s Williams Settlement Textbook Requirements

Published by Jessica Zaleski at March 28, 2016 | Categories: Instructional Materials

At Hayes, we understand how education laws affect your inventory management strategies. The Williams Settlement, a law passed in California back in 2004 helped to change the game for students and school districts, enabling more students to get access to textbooks. We review how the settlement applies to your inventory management strategies and what you need to know about meeting the requirements.   

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6 Tips for Creating an Instructional Material Procedure Manual at Your School District

Published by Jessica Zaleski at March 25, 2016 | Categories: Instructional Materials

We’ve enlisted Cherie Crews, the District Instructional Resources Specialist at Keller ISD for the past 11 years, to give her insight into how districts can develop a policy and procedure manual to reveal important information to district staff. Read on as Cherie shares the top six tips she’s learned while creating and updating Keller ISD’s manual for the past three years.

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How to Succeed with Inventory Management at Your District: Change Management

Published by Jessica Zaleski at March 10, 2016

K-12 inventory management is quickly becoming a priority to apply change management processes to. State standardized testing, funding requirements for programs like E-rate, compliance with state mandates, and the prevalence of 1:1 initiatives all push the boundaries of how school districts have operated in the past. Typically we see districts create sustainable change management surrounding their inventory control initiatives by focusing on these six areas: leadership, a shared vision, skills, resources, incentives. and strategy.

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