9781610487740

School District Master Planning: The Teaching Supplement

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  • ISBN13:

    9781610487740

  • ISBN10:

    1610487745

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 7/11/2012
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Education

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Summary

School District Master Planning: The Teaching Supplement-a guide to the book of the same name-is designed for instructors of graduate level courses in school district demographics and facilities planning, as well as for school district administrators in need of a practical reference text. Discussing solutions to the main text's case situations and discussion questions, this supplement will enrich class discussions on school building programming and planning. Focusing on likely decision making paths, The Teaching Supplement explains an administrator's role from the beginning planning stages, to solving issues that have developed in real-life situations, and finally to a project's completion. Offering a variety of effective problem solving strategies to accompany the many helpful checklists in the main book, this book thoughtfully marries the main text, providing real-life examples of- and applications to school planning.

Author Biography

Kelley D. Carey is a registered professional engineer, certified city planner, and licensed attorney. He has over thirty-five years of professional experience in multidisciplinary planning for school districts nationally and conducts school district planning workshops.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. vii
Planning as a Driver of Political Decision Makingp. 1
Planning Process Overviewp. 7
Elements of a Comprehensive Planning Processp. 9
Organizing the Planning Teamp. 15
Demographics of Students in the Context of Their Communityp. 23
Enrollment Projections Overviewp. 25
Projecting Student Enrollmentsp. 33
Understanding and Using Enrollment Projectionsp. 37
School Facilities Inventory and Utilizationp. 45
School Buildings Analysisp. 51
Assessing Alternatives to Develop a Five-Year Planp. 57
Five-Year Plan Documentationp. 77
From Planning to Construction-Implementing the Five-Year Planp. 79
Selecting and Managing Design Consultantsp. 83
Other Titles of Interestp. 93
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