Working with as many schools as we do, I tend to find patterns in things that schools ask for or need. One thing I commonly hear from administrators is a desire to leave all the paper behind regarding their internal processes.
Every school has documents that employees need to use: leave request forms, field trip request forms, purchase order requests, etc.
Schools are trying to cut down the amount of paper they use and have to track, and they also want to make it easier for their staff and faculty to fill out the forms.
If you're in this situation, this is where JotForm comes in and is ready to provide you with a lot of help and support. JotForm is a web app that allows you to build web forms (think Google forms), but it has quite a few more features that come with it.
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My best friend, a 1st grade teacher in northern Virginia, was brainstorming on an end-of-year project to celebrate the reading both her students and parents have done this past year.
The failure to produce a videotape may land you with an Open Records Act violation and a mandate to pay $41,000 in legal fees. Following an Order of the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals declaring that a “dash cam” video is a “record” under the Oklahoma Open Records Act (the “Act”), a Rogers County District Court Judge declared that the City of Claremore must pay in excess of $41,000 for its violation of the Act
Passion! As educators, we know that some of our best lessons come from the most unexpected places, but we definitely have to have our ears and hearts open to absorb these great musings.