San Diego City Schools began an ambitious student achievement district-wide reform efforts in 1998 to improve. Examines the role of resource reallocation in support of the district’s reform strategy, highlighting how to influence resource allocation decisions and processes, organizational coherence and implement the strategy. In autumn 2003, draws the circle line, significant changes to its system resource allocation in response to a severe financial crisis and mounting internal … Read more »

San Diego City Schools began an ambitious student achievement district-wide reform efforts in 1998 to improve. Examines the role of resource reallocation in support of the district’s reform strategy, highlighting how to influence resource allocation decisions and processes, organizational coherence and implement the strategy. In autumn 2003, draws the circle line, significant changes to its system resource allocation in response to a severe financial crisis and mounting internal and external pressure to change.
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James P. Honan,
Stacey Childress,
Caroline King
Source: Public Education Leadership Project
29 pages.
Publication Date: Sep 13, 2004. Prod #: PEL003-PDF-ENG
Align resources to improve student achievement: San Diego City Schools (A) HBR case solution