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Carl Multon

Technology Administrative Assistant, Administration Staff
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Academic Degrees

  • M.A., Education: Curriculum & Instruction, Saint Xavier University, Chicago, Illinois, 1984
  • B.A., Theology, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois, 1969

 


“What I wanted to see was, ‘Do they spend less per pupil on general administrative costs in countywide states?,'" DeLuca said. “And if so, do they allocate those dollars to instruction? It turns out they do tend to save money, but the idea of those savings being transferred to instruction is not the case.” Read more: http://bit.ly/1CbpyOt Tags: #KUSOE #KUDiscoveries
Study looks at spending in countywide school district setups | The University of Kansas
Study looks at spending in countywide school district setups Wed, 01/21/2015 LAWRENCE — States that use countywide school districts save money on administrative costs, but their counterparts that use local community-centered districts tend to spend more on classroom instruction, a new study by a Uni…

KU Athletic Training Program - ALS Ice Bucket Challenge KU Athletic Training Program students and Dr. Phil Vardiman participating in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.


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