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This widely popular text uses a management approach organized around the processes and procedures necessary for implementing effective human resources administration to give students a comprehensive, user-friendly look at the fundamentals. It presents the human resources function within the context of public school districts; covers the eight essential dimensions of the human resources function: human resources planning, recruitment, selection, placement and induction, staff development, performance evaluation, compensation, and collective negotiations; and looks at the legal, ethical, and policy aspects of human resources administration.
Now available as an affordable e-book, Ronald Rebore’s Human Resources Administration in Education weaves the language of technology throughout; includes more stories and personal examples; poses reflective questions on the focus scenarios; includes a section on value added performance evaluation and more information on win-win collective negotiations; and includes updating throughout.
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Ronald W. Rebore has 22 years of experience as a central office administrator: nine year as the Assistant Superintendent for Business and Finance with the Lindbergh School District; five years as the Superintendent of Schools for the Valley Park School District; and eight years as the Superintendent of Schools for the Special School District of Saint Louis County. He is currently a Professor in the College of Education and Public Service at Saint Louis University.
He was the Missouri State President of the Association of School Business Officials in addition to serving on various committees of the Association of School Business Officials International. He has also served as an evaluator for the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. During his professional career, Professor Rebore has conducted numerous workshops and seminars on educational leadership and has served as a consultant to many school districts.
He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in philosophy, a Master of Education Degree in counseling and guidance, and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in educational leadership from Saint Louis University.
Ronald Rebore’s 46 publications include twelve books. Two of the books have been published in multiple editions. Human Resources Administration has ten editions and two of my books have been translated into Chinese. Over the years my research has become focused on the human rather than the technical dimensions of educational leadership.
1 Organizational Dimensions
2 Human Resources Planning
5 Placement and Induction
6 Staff Development
7 Performance Evaluation
9 Collective Negotiations
10 Legal, Ethical, and Policy Issues in the Administration of Human Resources