Operating an independent school: a guide for school leaders

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Rowman & Littlefield Education, Sep 30, 2006 - Education - 269 pages
"Operating an Independent School: A Guide for School Leaders provides crucial information for those involved in creating or administering an independent school by laying out the issues that must be addressed but might not be considered. Agnes Gilman Case explores curriculum, discipline, school finance, personnel, grants, support services, and the school community. School leaders can use this book as a resource to learn about the operational side of running a school or as the basis for a rubric for evaluating the work of an existing school."--BOOK JACKET.

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Agnes Gilman Case has been a teacher, an assistant superintendent, and a charter school manager. She is now the co-founder and executive vice president for curriculum of A+ Choice Solutions, Inc., an educational consulting company dedicated to supporting school choice.

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