Dr. Patrick Haggarty

Dr. Patrick Haggarty

President, FACTS Education Solutions

Online Teacher Webinars: We’re Seeking Your Expertise

FACTS serves tens of thousands of private and faith-based schools – all of whom have been negatively affected by COVID-19. On behalf of the FACTS family, we’d like to reiterate our commitment to our schools and let you know that behind the scenes, we are diligently…
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ESSA Partnerships Based on Trust

About 25 years ago, I decided it was time to purchase life insurance. Because my favorite uncle was an agent for a national insurance company, I called and asked his advice. Taking into consideration a wife, a baby, twins on…
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Private K-12 Schools Should Say “Yes” to Federal Programs

A letter is arriving soon — don’t miss it! At FACTS Education Solutions, we understand the educator’s post-holiday reality. Not long ago, most of us were private school teachers and administrators, which is why we’re letting you know that any…
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School Operations

5 Private School Federal Aid Myths Debunked

Every year, federal funds are distributed to public school districts specifically for private schools, but many private institutions don’t realize they’re eligible for these funds. Here are some of the most prevalent myths. Separation of church and state means private…
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School Operations

How to Receive Free Money for Your School

According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), there are 23,115 private, faith-based schools educating 4.9 million students. The average private school enrollment is 142 students and more than two million private K-12 students qualify for free or reduced lunches….
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All About Relationships

Why good communication skills go a long way. My sixth-grade teacher was Mrs. Ragbourn. In more than 25 years of being a student, she was, without a shadow of doubt, the single best teacher I had. I remember a lot…
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Establishing Trust in a Relationship

Why first impressions matter According to Amy Cuddy, author of Presence, when two people meet for the first time, they subconsciously ask one question — “can I trust you?” Every parent I know runs this thought through their head when meeting their child’s…
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