The Board Focus publication contain important information related to trustee and board responsibilities and effectiveness. They are mailed to all trustees and chief executives, and posted to the Web site. Board Focus is published two or three times a year. For more information on Board Focus, please contact Carmen Sandoval at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Topics: Moving the Needle on Student Completion; A Rewarding Journey for Faculty and Students Alike; Excellence in Trusteeship Program; Effective Trusteeship, Board Chair and Legislative Events
Topics: Leadership for Student Success; Excellence in Trusteeship Program: Celebrating the First Year Anniversary; Responsibilities of Trusteeship
Topics: Student Success Scorecard: Trustees' Role of Oversight; What is the Excellence in Trusteeship Program?
Topics: Navigating Rough Waters: The Role of the Board and CEO; Top Ten Reasons for Progress in Achieving the Dream
Topics: Leadership for Student Success: The Critical Role of Boards of Trustees; Selecting the Chief Executive Officer: Ensuring Success
Topics: Trustees and the Civil Rights of Student Success; Memo to a Rogue Trustee
Topic: Preventing Micromanagement: Creating Higher Performance Boards
Topic: Upholding Board Ethics
Topic: Budget Basics: Fiscal Crises & Public Confidence
Topic: The Political Nature of Trusteeship: Are Californians Different?
Topics: Orienting New Board Members: A Top Priority for Smart Districts; How Good Boardsmanship Pays Big Election Dividends
Topic: Conflict or Consensus: Seven Steps to Creating an Effective Board
Topics: Setting District Goals: The Role of the Board; Board/CEO Relations: Getting Off to a Good Start Means Listening, Then Acting
Topics: A Primer on CEO Selection Process; Board/CEO Team Work Critical When Developing Meeting Agenda
Topics: Technology Planning: A New Oxymoron; Community Connections Provide Valuable Information, Visibility; It's the Law: Trustee Compensation When Absence Excused
Topics: Board Planning; Taming the Technological Tiger; Local Trustee Education Program: Highlights of Survey Results