Parents Aiding Schools
- Parents Buy In to Paying for the Basics. Galley, Michelle // Education Week;2/12/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 22, p1
Focuses on the need for raising money for necessities of public schooling and building improvements by parents in the United States. Foundations formed by parents to raise money for such demands; Need to sustain fund raising programs; Attitude of parents towards children suffering from lack of...
- "Companies That Care" Help High School Students Attend College. Edwards, Lee // Chicago Citizen - Hyde Park Edition;5/14/2014, Vol. 25 Issue 25, p10
The article reports on the success of the five-kilometer marathon fundraising event of non-profit organization Companies That Care (CTC) in Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois on May 8, 2014 to finance its programs which help students of Chicago Public Schools (CPS) attend college.
- "Companies That Care" Help High School Students Attend College. Edwards, Lee // Chicago Citizen - South End Edition;5/14/2014, Vol. 47 Issue 15, p13
The article reports on the success of the five-kilometer marathon fundraising event of non-profit organization Companies That Care (CTC) in Grant Park in Chicago, Illinois on May 8, 2014 in an effort to benefit its programs which help students of Chicago Public Schools (CPS) attend college.
- Public schools set up their own not-for-profit fundraising... // Curriculum Review;Sep92, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p15
Reports about the growing number of Chicago public schools which are setting non-profit-fundraising groups. Reasons why these schools are setting non-profit-fundraising groups; Effects of the non-profit-fundraising groups to Ray Elementary School; Opinion of Sara Spurlock, a retired principal...
- Kentucky Forms State Foundation For Public Schools. // Education Week;5/2/1984, Vol. 3 Issue 32, p3
The article reports on the decision of the state of Kentucky to launch an education foundation that will raise funds from state and local businesses to support and enrich education in the state. The funds that the foundation will provide for the state's elementary and secondary schools are...
- Long unanswered, same school-funding questions are still being asked. Jacobson, Alf // New Hampshire Business Review;12/14/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 26, p11
Tackles the issues concerning public school funding in New Hampshire. Debate over state-funded education; Proposed bill on fund-raising to fund public education; Problems with the structure of the education budget.
- Take Off Those High-Heeled Sneakers. // Education Week;6/18/1986, Vol. 5 Issue 39, p3
The article reports the cancellation of a softball game organized to raise money for the athletic programs of the Truro, Iowa, public schools. The game was cancelled after residents learned that the contest was to pit the Playboy Bunnies against their male counterparts, the Playboy Rabbits. A...
- Chapter 10: "We Do Not Run School Systems". // Other People's Children: The Battle for Justice & Equality in Ne;2007, p279
Chapter 10 of the book "Other People's Children: The Battle for Justice & Equality in New Jersey's Schools" is presented. It explores the Education Law Center's (ELC) efforts to uphold preschool programs in New Jersey despite the low priority that Governor Christie Whitman's administration had...
- Private Donation to Public Schools: Testing the Scope of Community. Reddy, Ranjana // Philosophy of Education Yearbook;2004, p258
Examines the role of community in determining and realizing the moral obligations individuals have toward one another, in the context of funding for public schools. Practice of raising private funds for public schools; Moral relevance of the school district as a community boundary; Significance...