The article discusses the goal of early childhood administrators to make their programs visible to their board members, by providing data-based information about services. It outlines the key roles and responsibilities of not-for-profit or public boards. A well-presented information helps the board make the best policy decisions for those it serves. Moreover, it offers tips about making board presentations that may facilitate better understanding and policy making by board members.
Wischnowski, Michael (2008). "Getting the Board on Board: Helping Board Members Understand Early Childhood Programs." Young Exceptional Children 12.1, 20-30.
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