Monday, November 13, 2006
GOOD TO GREAT:
THE LOW-COST WAY TO FIX
They're applying principles from that best-seller management book, "Good to Great," to figure out how to improve educational delivery and reduce dropout rates for low-income, high-language deficient schools in Arizona.
Doesn't take a boatload of cash. Doesn't take consolidation. Doesn't take an army of educrats. Takes everyday principles of results-oriented good management -- the very thing that's missing from this whole gall-bladder operation over the Omaha Public Schools. Imagine that!
Read what's working in OPS counterparts in Arizona on:
The study itself is posted on:
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