Meet The Employee-Centered Company That Could Eventually Take Down Wal-Mart

By Manny Schewitz

Prices as good or better than Wal-Mart? Healthcare coverage with dental and vision as low as $40 a month for employees? It's not some stereotypical crunchy granola liberal health food co-op store in Brooklyn or San Francisco, it's a company that has expanded across the Western United States (including Arizona and two new stores just opened in Texas) and it could be going nationwide before long.

How Your Job Changes The World

In this Industry Forum, John Fahey of Tyler Technologies' Versatrans solution team discusses how professions in the pupil transportation industry have a direct and daily effect on children with every ride given, and how these professions have made a real and lasting impact on our world.

by: John Fahey

Kids Know Good Drivers

Surely most children aren't aware of all the specific requirements. But they do seem to understand that being a school bus driver is a tough job that not everyone is cut out for. by Thomas McMahon - Also by this author

Do kids know what it takes to be a school bus driver?

AltSchool gets $33 million in venture capital

By: Jill Tucker

(03-18) 10:42 PDT SAN FRANCISCO -- The business plan was relatively simple: Build a new kind of school that offers technology-fueled, personalized learning and automated administrative services that keep costs low.

Then build a lot of those and make money, eventually a lot of money.

San Jose conference held to boost Latino college graduation

By: Steve Johnson - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SAN JOSE -- Joining hundreds of other Latinos, Robert and Robyn Rodriguez hustled through San Jose State's sprawling campus early Saturday morning with their 10-year-old son, Ceasar, so they could find a seat at a conference intended to boost Latino college attendance and graduation rates.