Resource Management for School Administrators: Optimizing Fiscal, Facility, and Human Resources

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Resource Management for School Administrators is the only comprehensive book covering all school resources---fiscal, facilities and human resources. Each chapter has objectives that are aligned with the new ELCC and ISLCC standards on accreditation. Many of the federal and various state policies and laws are included. Everything you need to know on managing school resources are covered: national and state perspectives, future challenges to funding public education, resource allocation, developing a school ...
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Overview

Resource Management for School Administrators is the only comprehensive book covering all school resources---fiscal, facilities and human resources. Each chapter has objectives that are aligned with the new ELCC and ISLCC standards on accreditation. Many of the federal and various state policies and laws are included. Everything you need to know on managing school resources are covered: national and state perspectives, future challenges to funding public education, resource allocation, developing a school district budget, sources of revenue, accounting budgeting and reporting, financial statements, allocating resource for higher student performance, human resource, laws and policies, compensation, facilities and auxiliary services and safety and security Each chapter contains a comprehensive case study and exercises for easy application. This practical book will be useful to all school leaders who are trying to improve their school resource management.
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Editorial Reviews

Sarah Beyne
It is refreshing and time to see a book on resource management including human resources. This book provides valuable insights and perspective from two of the top minds in the profession. This book should be read by every current HR and Financial professional and be required reading for certification courses.
A. Lynn Himes
The authors have provided an outstanding book that trains to understand school district financial, facility, and human resources using clear, concise, and concrete examples that are easily grasped.
L. Arthur Safer
An outstanding research-based book for all school leaders and graduate students...the most thorough resource for financial, facility, and human resource management.
Donald R. Johnson
This relevant and comprehensive book provides an excellent resource for active school administrators or students in training to be school administrators. With a focus on the practitioner, the authors have provided a basis for understanding the profession.
Dr. Cheryl Crates
This book should make a significant contribution to all school leaders who desire to improve their school resource management. It is one of the few books I will keep handy and read more than once. I’m confident that those who read this book will find it valuable and insightful.
Dr. Michael A. Jacoby
This book provides a comprehensive and excellent overview of Financial, Facilities and Human Resources and is valuable for all public and private-school administrators.
Dr. Raymond J. LaPorte
As a school principal, superintendent and business manager for the past thirty years, I believe Drs. Schilling and Tomal present a practical and refreshing aspect to School Resource Management for the experienced and novice administrator.
Dr. Robert Wilhite
This book is a ‘must have’ book for anyone who desiring current information on School Resource Management.
A. Lynn Himes
The authors have provided an outstanding book that trains to understand school district financial, facility, and human resources using clear, concise, and concrete examples that are easily grasped.
Dr. Cheryl Crates
This book should make a significant contribution to all school leaders who desire to improve their school resource management. It is one of the few books I will keep handy and read more than once. I’m confident that those who read this book will find it valuable and insightful.
Dr. Michael A. Jacoby
This book provides a comprehensive and excellent overview of Financial, Facilities and Human Resources and is valuable for all public and private-school administrators.
Dr. Raymond J. LaPorte
As a school principal, superintendent and business manager for the past thirty years, I believe Drs. Schilling and Tomal present a practical and refreshing aspect to School Resource Management for the experienced and novice administrator.
L. Arthur Safer
An outstanding research-based book for all school leaders and graduate students...the most thorough resource for financial, facility, and human resource management.
Donald R. Johnson
This relevant and comprehensive book provides an excellent resource for active school administrators or students in training to be school administrators. With a focus on the practitioner, the authors have provided a basis for understanding the profession.
Dr. Robert Wilhite
This book is a ‘must have’ book for anyone who desiring current information on School Resource Management.
Sarah Beyne
It is refreshing and time to see a book on resource management including human resources. This book provides valuable insights and perspective from two of the top minds in the profession. This book should be read by every current HR and Financial professional and be required reading for certification courses.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781475802528
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/16/2013
  • Series: Concordia University Leadership Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 234
  • Sales rank: 645,020
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Daniel R. Tomal, Ph.D.is a Professor at Concordia University Chicago teaching educational leadership. He is a consultant and an author of ten books such as Action Research for Educators and Challenging Students to Learn by Rowman & Littlefield Education, and has made guest appearance on many national radio and television shows.

Craig A. Schilling, Ed.D. is an Associate Professor at Concordia University Chicago teaching education finance, law, human resources and school business management. He has served on a number of state and national associations and spoken at state, national and international conferences.

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Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1 Financial Management Principles and Historical Perspectives
·Objectives
·Adequacy, Equity, and Equality
·National Perspectives on Financing Education
·State Perspectives on Financing Education
·Future Challenges to Funding Public Education
·Summary
·Case study
·Exercises and discussion questions
·References
Chapter 2 Resource Allocation and Financial Planning
·Objectives
·Planning School District Budgets
·Developing a School District Budget
·Sources of Revenue
·Taxpayer Equity
·Summary
·Case studies
·Exercises and discussion questions
·References iv

Chapter 3 Accounting, Budgeting and Reporting
·Objectives
·Why do we have accounting systems?
·Student Activity Accounts
·Fundraising
·Financial Statements
·Audits
·Summary
·Case studies
·Exercises and discussion questions
·References
Chapter 4 Managing Resources for Higher Performance and Productivity
·Objectives
·What are Educational Resources?
·The Relationship Between Resource Allocation and Achievement
·Allocating Resources for Higher Performance and Productivity
·Educational Choice
·Summary
·Case study
·Exercises and discussion questions
·References
Chapter 5 Managing Human Resources
·Objectives
·Planning staffing needs and enrollment forecasting
·Employment laws v

·Employee evaluation and compensation programs
·Collective bargaining
·Summary
·Case study
·Exercises and discussion questions
·References
Chapter 6 Managing Facilities for Higher Performance and Productivity
·Objectives
·School Facilities in the United States
·Facility design and student achievement
·School facility planning
·Environmental issues
·Summary
·Case study
·Exercises and discussion questions
·References

Chapter 7 Auxiliary Services: Food, Safety, Security, and Transportation
·Objectives
·Major Auxiliary Services
·Food service
·Safety and security
·Transportation
·Summary
·Case study
·Exercises and discussion questions
·References

vi

Epilogue
Appendix School Resource Web Sites
References
Index
About the Authors

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