Includes bibliographical references (p. -227) and index.
1. Strategic Management of Human Capital in Education: A Framework 2. A Powerful Education Improvement Strategy 3. Staffing and Recruiting Top Talent 4. Performance Management in Education 5. Measuring Teacher Performance for Strategic Human Capital Management, Anthony Milanowski 6. Induction and Professional Development 7. New Policies for Licensure, Tenure, Evaluation and Dismissal 8. The Compensation Side of Strategic Talent Management 9. Strategic Talent Management for Principals, Steven Kimball 10. Organizing to Implement Strategic Talent Management in Education, Allan Odden, Anthony Milanowski, and Steven Kimball 11. The State Role in Strategic Management of Education Talent 12. The Policy and Political Environment for Change, James A. Kelly.
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Strategic Management of Human Capital in Education offers a comprehensive and strategic approach to address what has become labeled as "talent and human capital." Grounded in extensive research and examples of leading edge districts, this book shows how the entire human resource system in schools-from recruitment, to selection/placement, induction, professional development, performance management and evaluation, compensation, and career progression-can be reformed and restructured to boost teacher and principal effectiveness in ways that dramatically improve instructional practice and student learning. Strategic Management of Human Capital in Education guides educators towards putting more effective teachers, teacher leaders, and principals in the country's schools-especially in poverty-impacted urban and rural communities-equipping those teacher and principals with instructional and leadership expertise, and rewarding and retaining those who are successful in attaining these objectives. Drawing from cases, experiences, and deliberations from a national task force, this book outlines a comprehensive framework for how to transform current human resource management practices into authentic, strategic talent management systems in order to improve student achievement. (source: Nielsen Book Data)