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Holley, Darrell L. – School Business Affairs, 1990
Describes a Missouri self-insurance or pooling program that provides a risk protection package, along with risk management services, to its members. Discusses cost advantages to pooling, and other factors school districts should consider when deciding whether or not to join a pooling arrangement. (MLF)
Descriptors: Cost Effectiveness, Elementary Secondary Education, Insurance, Legal Responsibility
Lapetina, Alison J. – School Business Affairs, 1990
Describes the New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal (NYSIR), which provides both property and liability coverage for school districts. A reciprocal is wholly owned by those insured. NYSIR insures 55 school district subscribers, providing a service that specifically accommodates school district needs and saves them money. (MLF)
Descriptors: Cost Effectiveness, Insurance, Legal Responsibility, Prevention
Hyde, William H.; Guthrie, Stephen H. – School Business Affairs, 1993
A series of benefit programs for school personnel in a Maryland county includes a smoke-free workplace, an employee wellness program, and an employee assistance program. The county has been able to correlate a dramatic decrease in the cost of health insurance for employees with the activities of these programs. (MLF)
Descriptors: Cost Effectiveness, Elementary Secondary Education, Employee Assistance Programs, Employee Attitudes