Published January 1, 2000
by National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||10|
School Board Study Programs: Board Member's Manual Series 1. Brent, Daniel; Jurkowitz, Carolyn. This document provides eight lessons intended to improve the functioning of school boards and education committees for Catholic schools. Each lesson consists of three parts: a reading or activity to be done by the members in preparation for the Author: Daniel Brent, Carolyn Jurkowitz. A series of study lessons are presented for Catholic school board members who formulate policies for Catholic educational programs. The format is designed around 15 to 20 minutes of group study built into the regular board meeting agenda. Each lesson is designed as an independent unit on a single topic or skill, and each is divided into three parts: a preliminary study section, a group Author: Daniel Brent, Carolyn Jurkowitz. As a local school board member, you are entrusted to help shape public education in your community. The need for school board leadership has never been greater, but your job has gotten much more complex in recent years. Local schools are faced with new pressure to improve and top-down reforms attempt to limit the authority of the local school File Size: 1MB. Board members’ primary agenda is raising student achievement and engaging the community to attain that goal. In an effort to help local school boards best fulfill their role, the National School Boards Association has created the Key Wo rk of School Boards, a framework for raising student achievement through community engagement.
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