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Oakdale City College

Two faculty members at Oakdale City College, both applying for a full-time position opening, file suit against the college, claiming that the hiring process is unfair.

Peeling the Onion

Getting to the Heart of Student Achievement in Aldine
Frederick M. Hess, Richard Fossey

“Peeling the Onion: Getting to the Heart of Student Achievement in Aldine” describes the Aldine Independent School District’s layer-by-layer building of a Managed Instruction system from 1993 to 2003.

Performance Management in Chicago Public Schools

Geoff Marietta

This case describes the efforts of new Chicago Public Schools (CPS) superintendent Ron Huberman to drive dramatic improvement in the performance of Chicago’s public school students through the use of performance management (PM) throughout the school system.

Peril or Promise?

Charter Schools in Buffalo
Lynn Jenkins, Donald R. McAdams, and Dan Katzir

“Peril or Promise? Charter Schools in Buffalo” describes the efforts of the Buffalo Public Schools board of education from 2000 to 2004 to create a portfolio of charter schools within the Buffalo district.

Raising the Bar

High Standards and High Stakes in Gwinnett County Public Schools
Lynn Jenkins, Donald R. McAdams, and Dan Katzir

“Raising the Bar: High Standards and High Stakes in Gwinnett County Public Schools” chronicles the Gwinnett County school board’s effort from 1994 to 2004 to develop a new curriculum along with end-of-course exams at selected grade levels to measure academic mastery and end social promotion.

Relay Graduate School of Education

Michael LaRosa

This case focuses on challenges associated with growing and scaling an education organization.

Reorganization at the Harvard Law School Library (A)

After 27 years under the same director, the Harvard Law School Library (HLSL), the world’s largest academic law library, needed a new organizational plan

Reorganization at the Harvard Law School Library (B)

As the Harvard Law School Library (HLSL) settles into its new organizational structure, Harvard University announces a university wide reorganization of the library system

River View College

Anne Williams, a student who is a born-again Christian, refuses to meet with her assigned counselor, who is Muslim.

Riverside Community College

With state funding based on enrollment figures, President Charles Kane must devise a strategy for increasing retention rates.

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