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Local/district governance in education

Local/district governance in education

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Published by Thorold"s Africana Books [distributor] .
Written in English

The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages222
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8481219M
ISBN 100958399697
ISBN 109780958399692

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--Partnerships in. Spread the loveOn the local level, educational governance is organized into four levels including the local school board, the local superintendent, the local school district, and the principle.

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Understanding how key governance roles are structured and relate to each other helps simplify complex systems for policymakers. The federal government also influences education by allocating funding only to those school districts that follow certain federal guidelines. Roughly three percent of the federal budget is spent on education as of - a small proportion, of course, but in many years this amounts to billions of dollars.

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This governance model must coordinate the work of great (e.g. national) powers, and at the same time enable billions of people to bring their intelligence and creativity to bear on these. Redefining and Improving School District Governance a close look at local school boards--an enduring feature of public education governance.

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School Curriculum. This book examines how local education governance- school boards in collaboration with district and school leadership- could, in every district, become an exemplar of highly effective decision-making, leadership and action. The authors believe that most trustees (board members) want to make a difference in the lives of students, and to improve the district and the system and as a $ set of realities in American educational governance.

David Conley, associate professor of education at the University of Oregon and director of the Center for Educational Policy Research, paints a vivid picture of the changing landscape of educational governance in his latest book, Who Governs Our Schools.

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The creation of turnaround districts by states, indeed even the serious contemplation of such a move, suggests a real restlessness with the ability of traditional K–12 governance to act on persistent school failure. These are four of the most notable implications for future governance.

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