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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Florida Association of School Administrators Partners with ClassWallet

From the Founder Greetings, Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) teachers went on strike this week. Last year there were high profile teacher strikes in Arizona, Kentucky, and North Carolina. We are nearing a boiling point of teacher frustration and the potential consequences are severe. Accelerated teacher attrition, fewer teachers entering the profession, those that … Continue reading “Florida Association of School Administrators Partners with ClassWallet”

The Value of Time and Technology in the Business Office

At ClassWallet we’re always joking that no company sells less efficiency and increased costs. Most technology companies position themselves as a solution that saves time and money, but what that means to people differs considerably. We’ve been told by clients they save, on average, 5 hours a week in school bookkeeping time managing teacher orders and receipt reimbursement on our platform.

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