Learning to Share

Learning to Share

Education institutions can benefit their bottom lines and the community at large by making their facilities available for use by outside groups. 

More than 25 years ago, the book “All I Really Know I Learned in Kindergarten” gained popularity for the pithy pearls of wisdom it offered. The first kindergarten life lesson listed? “Share everything.”

Young students may absorb that lesson in their kindergarten classrooms, but many of the administrators and policy makers overseeing classrooms in education institutions throughout the nation haven’t always followed that advice.

Most public school districts and higher-

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