Case Study #6– Let the Committee Decide (From Case Studies on Educational Administration by Theodore J Kowalski)

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Case Study #6– Let the Committee Decide

From Case Studies on Educational Administration by Theodore J Kowalski

Questions and Reflections

1. Is it common for principals to react negatively to centralized controls? What information supports your conclusion on this matter?

2. Duties and responsibilities in school districts are commonly divided into distint divisions. In this case, two divisions – curriculum and business – compete for jurisdiction over a decision on petty-cash funds. What are the possible advantages of dividing administrative functions into organizational divisions?

3. What are the possible advantages of using committees to make administrative decisions?

4. What are the possible disadvantages of using committees to make administrative decisions?

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