Designing School Systems for All Students: A Tool Box to Fix America's Schools (Hardcover)
This book provides a clear methodology for school leaders, teachers, and school board members to follow as they redesign their schools for the benefit of students.
Robert Manley, professor of educational administration at Dowling College, has served in a variety of administrative positions, including assistant principal at Babylon Junior/Senior High School, principal at Plainedge, assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, and superintendent of schools in West Babylon, New York. He also served as president of the board of directors for the Suffolk County Library System and the Suffolk County Organization to Promote Education. Rich Hawkins spent eight years as assistant superintendent and twelve as superintendent with the William Floyd School District. Under his leadership, the district has experienced marked growth in student enrollments, increased student achievement, a rebuilding of the district's infrastructure, as well as numerous other systemic changes designed to make students, their school environs, their local community, and faculty and staff successful .