School District Master Planning: The Teaching Supplement-a guide to the book of the same name-is designed for instructors of graduate level courses in school district demographics and facilities planning, as well as for school district administrators in need of a practical reference text. Discussing solutions to the main text's case situations and discussion questions, this supplement will enrich class discussions on school building programming and planning.
Kelley D. Carey is a registered professional engineer, certified city planner, and licensed attorney. He has over thirty-five years of professional experience in multidisciplinary planning for school districts nationally and conducts school district planning workshops.
Introduction Chapter 1 Planning as a Driver of Political Decision-Making Chapter 2 Planning Process Overview Chapter 3 Elements of a Comprehensive Planning Process Chapter 4 Organizing the Planning Team Chapter 5 Demographics of Students in the Context of Their Community Chapter 6 Enrollment Projections Overview Chapter 7 Projecting Student Enrollments Chapter 8 Understanding and Using Enrollment Projections Chapter 9 School Facilities Inventory and Utilization Chapter 10 School Buildings Analysis Chapter 11 Assessing Alternatives to Develop a Five Year Chapter 12 Five-Year Plan Documentation Chapter 13 From Planning To Construction-Implementing the Five Year Plan Chapter 14 Selecting and Managing Design Consultants