ClassWallet Bookkeeping and Technology Survey Results

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. We wondered what impact this really has in the daily lives of these administrators. So we asked districts of all sizes across the country what the effects would be from freeing up 5 hours each week for their bookkeepers, and here’s what they had to say.

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ClassWallet Partners with Stride Bank for its Prepaid Mastercard

From the Founder Greetings, I’m encouraged. The past few weeks I have been meeting with state legislators and offices of state superintendents. It is becoming abundantly clear that more emphasis is being placed on giving teachers more say in classroom-related procurement. Most states earmark amounts for classroom related purchases. Very few states legislatively mandate that … Continue reading “ClassWallet Partners with Stride Bank for its Prepaid Mastercard”

ClassWallet CEO Addresses Teacher Retention to School District Leaders

The latest in ClassWallet news. Enjoy! From the Founder Greetings, I asked a superintendent that participated in a dinner I hosted about what the talent looked like among college graduates entering the teaching profession. He asked me to guess how many students from the state’s leading university graduated in December with an education degree. The … Continue reading “ClassWallet CEO Addresses Teacher Retention to School District Leaders”

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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Living Hungry Helps Feed Homeless Students, Now Hopefully More!

From the Founder Greetings, This Fall we have signed some exciting new accounts that expanded ClassWallet’s efficiency to support programs such as those helping homeless students. Prior to ClassWallet I started the nonprofit AdoptAClassroom.org. It started first helping classrooms in my local Miami area. This was in 1998 just as the Internet was coming alive. … Continue reading “Living Hungry Helps Feed Homeless Students, Now Hopefully More!”

Saving 15 Minutes Per Transaction Equals an Entire Month of Bookkeeping Time Savings

The latest in ClassWallet news. Enjoy! From the Founder Greetings, This year we welcomed districts both big and small – from Hillsborough County Public Schools in Florida, the 8^th largest school district in the United States, to Johnson-Brock Public Schools, a one school district in Nebraska. The commonality among such a broad range of customers … Continue reading “Saving 15 Minutes Per Transaction Equals an Entire Month of Bookkeeping Time Savings”

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