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Keeping The Doors Open: Five Ways To Stimulate Growth In Your Tuition-Driven School In A Bad Economy

In this short e-book, Dr. Timothy Stafford, PhD shares strategies to rethink and revive your private tuition-driven school when hard times make it difficult for families to stay. In an easy to read style, Dr Stafford provides food for thought and direction designed to empower any school leader to make decisions that will help keep the doors open....

File Size: 1236 KB
Print Length: 13 pages
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Publisher: RU Institute (July 1, 2014)
Publication Date: July 1, 2014
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Language: English
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