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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
John T. Seyfarth
Emphasizing the relationship of human resource management to student learning, this book is driven by recent research, yet offers real applications throughout. Many Human Resource Management books emphasize only the functions of the area. This text emphasizes how human resouce decisions affect student achievement. It also discusses human resource practice in schools with site-based management, addresses ISLLC standards, and shows practical applications for research related to human resource practice.John T. Seyfarth is the author of 'Human Resource Management for Effective Schools (3rd Edition)', published 2001 under ISBN 9780205333639 and ISBN 020533363X.
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