Concepts in this book constitute a framework for developing efficient school staff practices. The underlying premise addressed in this basic topic is built upon forming a responsive educational community of constituents in which all staff members focus on student learning as a priority. The first two chapters define human resource function as contrast them with the ideology of developing human capital. Chapters 3 through 5 cite specific suggested activities in the actual hiring process from the school building leader as well as district leadership. Chapters 6 through 8 deal with generic staffing practices such as basic supervision, working with the non-professional staff and evaluating staff members. In Chapter 9 the topic of training, improving, and retaining school staff is mentioned. The last chapter, highlights the most essential principles that surround building human capital.
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