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and the major vehicle for change is a unified group of
teachers, students, and parents working cooperatively with
the administration for the good of the school.
The Administrative Team, after study of the data, con-
cluded that the administrative staff must promote faculty
unity, teamwork, and teacher-administrative relationships.
Adequate physical facilities and custodial services must be
provided. The lunchroom atmosphere was in need of improve-
The Administrative Team indicated the administrators,
faculty, students, school facilities, and lunchroom as
priority areas. Objectives and strategies were developed to
improve each area. The Administrative Team agreed that the
data indicated the necessity of the principal, teachers,
parents, and students participating in improving the school
The study concluded that (1) the Campus Level Informa-
tion System assists administrators in securing information
to identify areas needing improvement, and (2) the Campus
Level Information System assisted the Administrative Team
in identifying and defining their role. This system promises
to be useful in the assessment of student, parent, and
teacher attitudes and perceptions.
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Todd, Frederick D. The Development and Implementation of a Campus Level Information System to Assist Administrators in Planning and Decision-Making, dissertation, December 1979; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc332425/m1/4/: accessed September 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .