admin594b | Graduate
Administrative Practicum Part II: Organizational Management
This graduate-level course is 3 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Analyze state and federal laws, district policies, and school procedures as they relate to organizational planning.
- Facilitate various decision-making and/or advisory committees or teams.
- Examine various organizational models for schools and districts.
- Examine organizational structures for decision making.
- Analyze processes for designing a school improvement plan.
- Evaluate current best practices and research as it relates to school improvement.
- Assess the importance of the shared decision-making process as it relates to leading change initiatives.
- Evaluate the characteristics of effective, high-quality induction programs.
- Examine successful staff development strategies.
- Analyze staff evaluation procedures.
- Assess how human relations impact the school environment.
- Analyze the processes of recruitment, inventory, hiring, induction, supervision, and employee dismissal.
- Evaluate the process of planning and managing site budgets.
- Identify the various staff configurations and duties of a site committee.
- Analyze funding sources of a school and a district.
- Examine means to secure additional outside financial resources for schools and/or districts.
- Analyze inventory management procedures.
- Create a response to Sections II and III of the Comprehensive Exam.
- Evaluate the importance of ethics in fiscal operations.
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