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What Everyone Needs To Know About School Boards

By:
Richard Lerer, EdD & Jerry J. Cicchelli, PhD
Pages:
6
Size:
8.5" x 11"
ISBN:
9781934032978
Item Code:
WENT
Price: $12.95
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Few community members recognize the power and responsibility of school boards and their members. In this era of greater accountability in education and fiscal constraints, it is necessary for the public to know as much as possible about their communities. This certainly includes the local school board, which so significantly impacts the education that district students receive and the taxes that are paid to provide this education.

This guide, written by career school administrators, will help readers learn about the delicate balance that has to be created so that the board, the superintendent and the community can act in the best interests of the children they serve. An excellent resource for everyone interested in becoming a school board member, for all employees of the district and for community members-at-large.

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