Cash Management: A Financial Overview for School Administrators
Scarecrow Education, 2001 - 137 páginas
As every administrator knows, schools need money and resources to provide a quality education. This book provides educational leaders with a working knowledge of finances—from day-to-day accounting procedures to the principles behind state-aid formulas. Jones addresses the relevance of school reform and political demands in the daily struggle of an administrator. She reminds educators of their tremendous ability to ensure a learning environment for students and of their great responsibility to provide society with a return on an enormous investment—education.
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