The system needs a better grasp of its resources and their allocation. The auditors found that budget procedures are not program-based, driven by diagnosed differential needs of students, or connected to results. Funding was adequate, but cost-benefit information about expenditures and programs was not available.
Facilities were found to be adequate, but a few schools had serious problems. Maintenance at some schools was found to be deficient at a couple of elementary schools and at a couple of middle
schools. Site-based decentralization across learner needs.
management schools, but
processes were adopted by the school system, fostering this has resulted in fragmentation and ineffective responses to
Overall, the Clover Park School District has strength and commitment to quality in its community. It has resources available and quality personnel. Given sufficient optimization and attention to the curriculum management audit findings and recommendations, the Clover Park School District should become a beacon of educational excellence in the State of Washington.
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