CASBO Mourns the Loss of Longtime Member and Presenter Tina Kannarr

With great sadness, on March 26, 2022, CASBO had to say goodbye to one of our longtime professional development presenters, Tina Lynn Kannarr, of Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo, a CASBO associate member. She will be deeply missed by those of us at CASBO who worked with her to provide our members with exemplary professional development training.

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Pandemic to Blame for First PK Enrollment Drop in 20 Years

The pandemic eliminated a decade of enrollment progress in state-funded preschool programs with a 5.5% enrollment loss between the 2019-20 and 2020-21 school years, according to The State of Preschool Report 2021, published by the National Institute for Early Education Research and Rutgers Graduate School of Education.

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White House Offering Billions to Make Schools Greener

The White House has announced a new multibillion-dollar federal push to renovate public schools in ways that are healthier both for children and the planet — and often, that save money, too.

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New White Paper Explains the Value of Keeping Humans in the Loop

Courtesy of CASBO Associate Member Paymerang
May 10, 2022

The key to optimizing AP lies in balancing people and process automation, experts say. According to a new white paper, AP leaders must find automated solutions that redefine the role that humans play. But how?

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Congratulations to Keith Butler, Our New Southern Section State Director

The CASBO Board of Directors has a new Southern Section State Director! Welcome, Keith Butler, who will serve in the role through mid-April 2024.

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CASBO Pays Tribute to 2021-22 Member Volunteers

The grass-roots nature of our organization, and our members’ dedication and willingness to serve, are at the heart of what we do. It is for that reason that we annually acknowledge the steadfast member volunteers who have made a significant contribution to CASBO during the past year.

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