Über den Autor
William T. Hartman is a professor of education in the College of Education at Pennsylvania State University and co-founder and the executive director of the Center for Total Quality Schools at Pennsylvania State University. His areas of interests include resource allocation to improve teaching and learning, school budgeting, funding approaches for special education and regular education, and quality management in education. Jacqueline A. Stefkovich is a professor of educational administration and head of the Department of Education Policy Studies at Pennsylvania State University. Her research interests include ethics and school leadership and the intersection between what is legal, what is ethical, and what is good administrative practice.
Chapter 1 List of Tables Chapter 2 Preface Chapter 3 Acknowledgments Part 4 PART I: UNDERSTANDING ETHICS Chapter 5 1. Ethics and School Business Officials Chapter 6 2. Making Ethical Decisions Chapter 7 3. Ethics for School Business Officials Chapter 8 4. Examining Personal and Professional Codes of Ethics Chapter 9 5. Approaching Ethical Dilemmas Part 10 PART II: APPLYING ETHICAL PERSPECTIVES Chapter 11 6. Human Resource Management Chapter 12 7. Financial Resource Management Chapter 13 8. Facility, Property, and Information Management Chapter 14 9. Ancillary Services: Transportation Chapter 15 Case Outcomes Chapter 16 References Chapter 17 Index Chapter 18 About the Authors
This book highlights the importance of ethical behavior in school business officials' professional lives and provides assistance in incorporating ethical considerations into decision making in education.