APS had established school reform teams that were responsible for knowing what the schools needed and to communicate between the principals and the central office
Although enjoying substantial autonomy from the central office
, charter schools were required to enroll students with at-risk backgrounds, particularly at the middle- and high-school levels.
The company said it will build more central offices
and construct ``broadband gateways,'' the phone line equivalent of extension cords, to extend reach beyond the 3-mile radius limit.
Peter Sevcik, a well-known consultant and columnist, analyzed the two approaches to offering value-added features to IP-based data networks: (1) using Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) or (2) using the Telco Central Office
To make it possible for the VR counselors serving on the task group to participate in the reengineering meetings without causing delays in services to clients, Central Office
program specialists, who had previously served as VR counselors, went back to the field and performed counselor responsibilities.
Businesses and residents served by the Dorchester central office
will now have access to a wide array of sophisticated telephone services that enhance the way they communicate and do business," said Daryl Eigen, regional vice president for Siemens Stromberg-Carlson.
By cutting bureaucracy and loosening central office
control, principals and teachers can be more responsive to the needs of their particular kids.
Our central office
EZ-MDF[TM] and MEMS technology are already in service in both North America and Europe," said Harry Carr, CEO of Simpler Networks.
The central office
staff do not interact with teachers and principals in productive ways because relationships within schools are seen as low priorities," says Diane Nelson, executive director of the Cross City Campaign.
In order to access this funding, all you need to do is plan your program, put it in writing and send it to Doug McDonough at Central Office
Likewise, school workers (custodians, teachers, counselors, and even principals) have learned to accept facilities, schedules, curricula, student activities, auxiliary services, disciplinary rules, and tests mandated by the central office
or the state.
But while reductions in the branches primarily resulted from layoffs, most cuts in the central office
were made when top administrators voluntarily left their jobs.