A must-read for anyone involved in school business management, this comprehensive textbook addresses a broad range of topicsafrom the basics of accounting principles to strategic planning, legal liability, taxation, purchasing, budgeting, and management information systems. Chapters focus on such key issues as total quality management, site-based management, and the future of school business management. Each chapter is designed to serve as a stand-alone teaching unit or as a reference to an area of particular interest.Seat belts have been required in passenger automobiles since the 1960s, yet a similar requirement, on the national level, does not exist for school buses. On the surface, it seems that requiring seat belts on school buses would help improve their already excellent record in ... with high back seats.13 The 1977 bus safety requirements issues by NHTSA did not require seat belts in school buses, but did ... The controversy continues after many years of debate regarding this volatile topic.
|Title||:||Principles of School Business Management|
|Author||:||Craig R. Wood, David C. Thompson, Lawrence O. Picus, Don I. Tharpe|
|Publisher||:||R&L Education - 2015-04-16|