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Creative Ways to Fund the Cash-Strapped Classroom

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As school funding options continue to dwindle, how can teachers provide students with the resources necessary to help students learn? Teachers often turn to their own pockets to buy important classroom supplies and instructional materials for students. According to recent studies, the average teacher spends approximately $485 of their own money to fund their classroom needs each year. Join Matt Bergman as he discusses several strategies you can use to help save money and survive the cash-strapped classroom.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, August 22, 2015 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Classroom Management
Tags: classroom expenses, funding your classroom, raising money

Reviews (19)

Full Member
So many great ideas - thanks for sharing!!
Full Member
Great Webinar - Nice Job.
Full Member
Excellent! I always love finding new ways to help my teachers save money. Thanks!
Full Member
Great webinar loaded with great ideas on how to get the supplies you need for your classroom without hurting your pocket.
Full Member
Very nice. Thank you.
Full Member
Fantastic webinar with lots of great tips!
Full Member
Awesome info!
Full Member
It was great!
Full Member
Great ideas for a classroom on a budget. I am always looking for new ways to save money on supplies, but provide my students what they need to succeed!
Full Member
Thank you for the many different ideas on how to fund a classroom on a limited budget. I have not had a budget for four years and would love to incorporate some of you "outside the box" ideas.
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