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Strategies for Engaging Parents with Your Income Surveys

Income surveys are commonly used by school districts throughout the United States for determining whether or not a district qualifies for free benefits for all students, additional programs such as SNAP and TANF, and more. Income surveys are excellent ways to collect information, but they are only effective if the parents in a school district complete and turn them in. If your district is having trouble with parent engagement with income surveys or you are trying to strategize on how to best execute your upcoming campaign, here are some tips for helping your income surveys be a success. Make Income...

Maximizing Your State And Federal Funding With Income Surveys

The national school lunch program offered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is well-known throughout the country for providing freed or reduced lunches to qualifying children. The USDA normally provides adequate funding for school districts whose children qualify for the program, with the 2021-2022 school year being different than most. In the wake of the economic damage caused by COVID-19, school districts have received additional funding to ensure their children are taken care of. Does this mean you should stop collecting application information, or are there ways you can maximize state and federal funding? Why Income Surveys are Essential...

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