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Provides readers with a thorough understanding of how human resource decisions affect student achievement. Discusses human resource practice in schools with site-based management, addresses ISLLC standards, No Child Left Behind, and shows practical applications for research related to human resource practice.Pre-service and in-service school leaders.
Table of Contents
|Human Resources Leadership and Effective Schools|
|Plan of the Book|
|Human Resources Leaders|
|Model of Student Learning|
|No Child Left Behind|
|Planning for Staffing Needs|
|Plan of the Chapter|
|Projecting School Enrollments|
|Cohort Survival Method|
|Projecting First-Grade Enrollment|
|Determining Staff Allocations|
|Model of the Selection Process|
|Preparing a Job Description|
|Identifying Selection Criteria|
|Case No. 1|
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