School Finance Leader: July 2019


The School Finance Leader is a curated monthly digest of useful public entity finance and leadership links brought to you by Miles Capital. Our goal is to bring you the information you want (and need) in an easy-to-use format.


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Five Minutes (or Less)

Survey: Despite Long Working Hours, US Teachers Satisfied With Jobs

Education Dive


Fed Loses Its Patience and Almost Everything You Can Trade Goes Nuts

Bloomberg


Quiz Yourself: How Much Do You Know About School Finance

Ed Week


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Ten Minutes (or Less)


Practical Ways to Improve Your Confidence (and Why You Should)

NY Times


Digital Content, Cybersecurity: That’s What’s on This Superintendent’s Mind

Ed Week


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A Bit Longer


ISFIS Webinar

Miles Capital presented an educational webinar on government cash management with Piper Jaffray and ISFIS. Click here to view!


What Dropping 17,000 Wallets Around The Globe Can Teach Us About Honesty

NPR


27 Incredibly Useful Things You Didn’t Know Google Sheets Could Do

Fast Company


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Building Blocks of Cash Management


Three Types of Public Entity Investment Partnerships

There are many types of investment partnerships for government entities. How do you make sure your partnership supports your fiduciary oversight and stewardship? Click here to learn more!


How Strong is your Investment Program? Self-Assessment Click here to take the survey!


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