Boards of Specified Jurisdiction have a bias for action to advance the mission of the school. Unlike advisory boards that make recommendations but have no official authority, they are accountable for the governance and fiscal health of the school. These working boards offer a stark contrast to the days when members listened and discussed but stopped short of implementing real change.
Can Your Board Answer Yes to These Questions?
Is your school among the Unapologetic 3,000?
Read about Owning Your School's Future
Do you know why parents believe their child’s education is worth every penny invested?
Read about Value Proposition
Do you cultivate a visionary governance team capable of meeting the school’s mission?
Read about Recruiting New Board Members
Do you secure the school’s financial wellbeing?
Read about Achieving Fiscal Resilience
Do you avoid stepping over a dollar to pick up a dime in fundraising for the school?
Read about Moving from Transactional to Mission-based Fundraising
Between meetings, are you a working board that thinks strategically and drives results?
Read about Committee Activation and Impact