Monthly Archives: August 2021

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[CASE STUDY] Salelytics Thrives with the C1CX Cloud Platform

  Salelytics, a leading provider of inside sales and multi-channel communication, turned to ConvergeOne for support when it was first spun off from its parent company. It was seeking guidance as it transitioned into a standalone BPO and had to completely start over in terms of its infrastructure, support, and expertise. “Our parent company was [...]

Free Parenting Programs with Child Crisis Arizona

Please see attached for Child Crisis Arizona’s Fall program calendar; this includes our live Zoom programming, on-demand trainings, and in-person programming. These trainings are great tools for general parenting knowledge, staff training hours, adoption and foster care licensure hours, custody proceedings, DCS cases, and more.   Some highlights include: A large selection of in-person programming conveniently [...]

FY 2021 School District Annual Financial Report Package

Late in the day yesterday, the Office of the Auditor General released the FY 2021 school district Annual Financial Report[AFR] package in conjunction with the Arizona Department of Education. The instructions for the AFR included a few short video presentations. Be sure to pay attention to all of the reporting deadlines. See the information at Forms—School [...]

The Gates Scholarship Reminder – Refer Top Students!

The Gates Scholarship Reminder - Refer Top Students! Dear Colleague, Reminder - The Gates Scholarship needs your help in identifying America’s top minority students who may be eligible for this prestigious award. Please read the following information and click the link below to refer students who may qualify. We are hosting an informational webinar on Wednesday, August [...]

Overview of Recent Announcements from Gov. Ducey

August 17, 2021  We are aware of two new announcements made by the governor this afternoon relating to schools. In addition to an expected announcement of a so-called "gap" funding program for certain districts and charters contemplated in the budget, there was also an unexpected announcement related to school choice. Both have elements clearly aimed [...]

Governor Ducey Announces $10 Million In Funding For Families For Educational-Related Expenses

The Governor's Office has just announced the initial investment of $10 million in the new COVID-19 Educational Recovery Benefit program that provides up to $7000 per student for families. "Dollars families receive from the program can be used for  education related expenses, including: transportation to school; online tutoring; child care; and tuition". See details about [...]

ALAS: Leaders in Equity Update – Aug. 5, 2021

August 5, 2021 .ALAS UPDATES LEARN MORE ALAS Small School District Symposium 2021 was held July 15-17th in Washington, DC ALAS This in-person event included U.S. Department of Education Senior Advisors and the Executive Director of the White House Initiative for Hispanic Prosperity. We thank all of the attendees, presenters and corporate sponsors of the [...]

9 Critical Steps for Your Return To Work Strategy

For corporate leaders, the return to the office will require careful planning, listening, new technology—and plenty of flexibility. The return to the office—and the hybrid workplace—are hot topics for C-level executives across the nation, as companies decide how and where team members will work going forward. But creating a new way to work, in which [...]