A printer printing money illustrates the concept of how printing processes can be amended to find funding for student programs.

How we found budget for student programs in our printers

Learn how one district found funding to boost important student programs without eliminating other programs


Hatboro-Horsham School District, located in suburban Philadelphia, has a strong history of academic excellence. Serving approximately 5,000 students, the district provides education from grades K-12.

It has received blue ribbon honors from both the Pennsylvania and United States Departments of Education. Hatboro-Horsham’s schoolboard, parents, teachers, and staff are committed to moving into the future of education.

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We wanted to implement new programs for students, including expanded accommodations for ELL and non-English-speaking students in an increasingly diverse district. Our team wanted to find ways to reinvest funds in programs that make our schools a more effective and welcoming learning environment.

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