Pooling Resources: Schools Seek Partners for Sports and Rec Programming

Pooling Resources: Schools Seek Partners for Sports and Rec Programming

Faced with severe budget constraints, some school districts are looking for partnerships that will allow them to maintain or improve student recreation and sports programming.

Public school districts are rarely without any financial woes, but the economic conditions of the past several years have left many in dire straits. Districts across the country have been forced to close schools, and programs and services that could be considered nonessential have been cut in a great number of those that remain open. Faced with the possibility of having to eliminate recreation and sports programs,

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