Planning is an essential activity that helps individuals and school districts to achieve their goals and objectives. Planning involves thinking ahead, anticipating challenges, and developing strategies to overcome them. It provides a roadmap for decision-making, resource allocation, and performance evaluation. Whether it’s an individual planning…
The most successful boards often adopt clear ground rules and procedures that allow for smooth and equitable decision making. Parliamentary procedure provides a vital backbone of support for effective board operations, but sometimes can seem daunting. Robert’s Rules of Order offers a complete reference guide…
Superintendents and board members must establish regular board communication, instill transparency, and build strong communication strategy to create the most effective, healthiest school boards.
Selecting the right board management software for your organization can be a challenge. View our board management buyer’s guide for helpful tips and strategies to help you navigate the selection process, including criteria for reviewing and assessing the most crucial elements of the platform.
Taking effective meeting minutes is an important aspect of board management. Not only do minutes provide a historical account of board actions, they help to measure progress against your strategic plan, drive accountability, and can be used as legal protection if necessary.
School Boards and superintendents can best achieve their goals by discussing questions around strategic planning, student achievement, accountability and…
From strategic planning and teamwork to accountability and continuous improvement, we’ve gathered the most effective strategies to help you build a more effective board.
The team at Hall County Schools outlines the five essential areas that every school district should include in their technology plan.
Effective superintendent evaluations keep everyone aligned on strategic goals, increase trust and communication, and improve the education experience.
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