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Chapter Seven - Dollars and Sense: Efficient and Effective Use of Resources
Leading with Resolve and Mastery
The public should never have to pay for inefficiency. To figure out what schools need to spend, they first need to determine what students should be expected to know. Generally, the rule of thumb is that change is more effective at the school level but costlier since it is customized to each building’s needs and culture. Effectiveness is making sure resources produce the results (outcomes)...
Jeffrey T. Brierton, Craig A. Schilling, and Daniel R. Tomal Robert K. Wilhite
Rowman & Littlefield
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