By William L. Sharp
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Extra resources for The Principal as School Manager, 2nd ed
Below are some general guidelines to help develop a proper audit trail and to serve as a summary of the main points of this section of the chapter. 36 SCHOOL FINANCE FOR PRINCIPALS Whenever there is any doubt as to why something was handled in a particular manner,jot down a brief explanation of the details. Use a pencil to total the columns on the ledger. Make certain that all records are both neat and legble. Always examine the amounts on receipts and checks. Always make certain that checks are supported by legitimate invoices.
Of pupils = $22,500 Val. per pupil The assessed value behind each child in District A is $20,000, while the value behind each student in District B is $22,500. This factor, valuation per pupil, is sometimes considered a measure of taxable wealth of a district. Thus, in this example District B is wealthier than District A, yet its quality of 18 SCHOOL FINANCE FOR PRINCIPALS education (at least as measured in the previous example) is less than District A because it spends less per student. 5. Equity in Education Beginning in the late 1960s and early 1970s, cost and valuation per pupil calculations led to discussions across the country about the concept of equity.
SUMMARY This chapter presented a short review of school finance, then discussed areas of accounting at the school building level, including ticket sales, petty 42 SCHOOL FINANCE FOR PRINCIPALS cash funds, fund-raising, and budgeting. As site-based budgeting becomes a more commonly used method of budgeting, school principals must recognize their role in the oversight of such decentralized operations. Principals now, more than ever before, are responsible for all fiscal dealings in their buildings.