Catholic-School Survey Documents Who Oversees Management Tasks

Lawton, Millicent
May 1993
Education Week;5/19/1993, Vol. 12 Issue 34, p13
The article reports on the findings of a financial survey conducted by the National Catholic Educational Association that one in five of the Roman Catholic high schools have assigned an officer, typically a layperson, other than the principal to manage its nonacademic affairs in the U.S. These schools, which tend to be all-male, have divided their management responsibilities between a president, as executive officer and a principal as chief operating officer.


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