Because school bonds create a public financial obligation, officials who propose and manage such bonds have an ethical obligation to ensure their legitimacy and effective and efficient use. This course draws upon scholarly and practitioner knowledge to guide students as they answer three critical questions that organize the class:
Number of Units: 0.5 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours
Who Should Attend: This course provides continuing education for concerned citizens, bond oversight committee members, school district staff and leaders (superintendents, assistant superintendents, and principals on the district management track), and school board members who are interested in cost-effective, transparent, legally-compliant, and—most notably—successful school bonds. This course should also be of interest to attorneys and accountants who wish to enhance their professional practice while also obtaining continuing education credits.
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