Über den Autor
Tak Cheung (T. C.) Chan is professor of educational leadership and coordinator of the doctoral program at Kennesaw State University, Georgia. Michael D. Richardson is professor of educational administration at Georgia Southern University.
Part 1 Preface Part 2 Part 1 Introduction Chapter 3 1 Planning for Educational Space Chapter 4 2 What Research Has to Say about School Maintenance and Renovation Chapter 5 3 School Maintenance and Renovation: Concepts and Models Part 6 Part 2 School Maintenance Chapter 7 4 Planning for School Maintenance at the District Level Chapter 8 5 School Building Maintenance at Work Part 9 Part 3 School Renovation Chapter 10 6 Preparing for School Renovation Chapter 11 7 Planning and Designing School Renovation Chapter 12 8 School Renovation Projects at Work Part 13 Part 4 Special Issues Chapter 14 9 Special Issues of School Maintenance Chapter 15 10 Special Issues of School Renovation Chapter 16 11 Funding for Renovation and Maintenance Projects Chapter 17 12 Evaluation of Renovation and Maintenance Programs Chapter 18 13 School Maintenance and Renovation: A Future Perspective Part 19 Appendix A Organization of a School District Maintenance Department Part 20 Appendix B School Maintenance Checklist Part 21 Appendix C A Progress Chart for School Renovation Part 22 Appendix D Larks County School District Fifth-Year Projection of Classroom Needs Part 23 Appendix E Buford County School District Priority List of Capital Outlay Projects Part 24 Appendix F A School Maintenance and Renovation Planning Model Part 25 Appendix G What School Administrators Must Know about Facility Planning and Management Part 26 Appendix H School Building/Campus "Curbside Critique" Part 27 Appendix I Line of Communication in a School Renovation Project Part 28 Appendix J Project Evaluation Report Part 29 References Part 30 Index Part 31 About the Authors
Discusses an often-overlooked problem in today's school districts-maintenance and renovation. The purpose of this book is to bring to the attention of school administrators, school board members and community members that existing school buildings need to be well maintained to be functional, and many old school buildings can continue to serve useful educational purposes for extended years after renovation.