Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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978-1-4758-4401-6 • Hardback • June 2019 • $107.00 • (£82.00)
978-1-4758-4402-3 • Paperback • June 2019 • $53.00 • (£41.00)
978-1-4758-4403-0 • eBook • June 2019 • $50.00 • (£38.00)
Craig Schilling is currently a Professor of Educational Leadership at Concordia University Chicago. He has been a school administrator, CEO, consulted from numerous school districts. published six books, and recipient of multiple national awards for his service to education.
Daniel R. Tomal, Ph.D.is a Distinguished Professor of Leadership at Concordia University Chicago teaching human resource management and leadership. He has authored over twenty books and two hundred studies and articles. He is a former vice president, teacher, school administrator, and consultant.
Chapter 1- Principles and Historical Perspectives
Chapter 2- Managing Resources for Higher Performance and Productivity
Chapter 3- Planning School Budgets and Allocating Resources
Chapter 4 -Managing Human Resources
Chapter 5- Managing Facilities
Chapter 6- Auxiliary Services: Food, Safety, Security and Transportation
Chapter 7- Stewardship: Accounting and Reporting
About the Authors
This is a thoughtful and comprehensive volume refining our understanding of school resources and strategies for student achievement and success. The practical strategies offered make this a book that will indeed provide new insights for school administration. It is an invaluable resource for educators no matter their level of experience.
— Michael A. Jacoby, Ed.D., CAE, SFO, executive director/CEO, Illinois Association of School Business Officials
This book provides a comprehensive coverage of Financial, Facilities and Human Resources management for schools and will be a valuable resource for all public- and private-school leaders and administrators.
— Karen Starr, PhD, professor, Deakin University, Australia
Craig Schilling and Daniel Tomal have written the 'must have' book for all education leaders. This is both current and timely with the implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act and includes finance, human resources, facilities and related services all in one book.
— Krista Parent, director of executive leadership and licensure, COSA, National Superintendent of the Year in 2007
The authors, Drs. Schilling and Tomal, provide an excellent basis for understanding the management of school resources that is relevant and practical for all educators. I recommend this 2nd edition to any professional who wishes to better understand the complexities of managing school resources that will contribute to student success and organizational efficiency.
— Robert K. Wilhite, Ed.D, Dean, College of Graduate Studies, Professor of Leadership, Concordia University Chicago