Planning and Managing School FacilitiesEducational Leadership Faculty Publications
AbstractTheodore Kowalski addresses the administrative procedures associated with planning and managing school facilities. Practitioner interest in school facilities has been growing rapidly in recent years because decades of neglect, poor planning, and cost cutting have created a situation in which large numbers of America's school buildings are in need of major repair or replacement. At the same time, the realization that costs related to repair and replacement have escalated significantly has fueled a new concern among school facility planning and management. Writing for school administrators, superintendents, and board members as well as graduate students in education, Kowalski discusses planning from the perspective of both individual facility projects and more comprehensive district-wide efforts. The responsibilities associated with administering school buildings are also approached from the individual school and district program perspective.
Document VersionPublished Version
CopyrightCopyright © 1989, Theodore J. Kowalski.
Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Educational Administration and Supervision,
- Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research,
- Educational Leadership,
- Education Economics,
- Elementary and Middle and Secondary Education Administration,
- Higher Education Administration,
- Other Educational Administration and Supervision,
- Special Education Administration and
- Urban Education
Citation InformationTheodore J. Kowalski. Planning and Managing School Facilities. (1989)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/theodore_kowalski/50/