Strategically reorganize school resources to support instructional and performance priorities!
How can schools best use the resources they already have? Exploring the link between purposeful resource allocation and academic achievement, this book shows principals and administrators how to effectively use all available resources: people, time, and money. Drawing on their extensive research with urban schools and districts, the authors offer case studies, planning guides, checklists, worksheets, and strategies aligned with ISLLC standards to help leaders:
- Assess current resource use in new ways
- Organize resources more creatively and flexibly
- Craft a master schedule that works
- Connect resource allocation to student and school performance
Assess current resource use in new ways that go beyond the typical budget review.
Organize resources more creatively and flexibly.
Craft a master schedule that works.
Connect resource allocation to student and school performance.Features
Sub-Title – Making the Most of People, Time, and Money