You have just been offered and have accepted the position of superintendent of Bright Future ISD in North Central Texas. The school district (EC-12) has 10,000 students and employs 800 teachers, administrators and staff. Schools include 8 elementary, 5 middle and 2 high schools. Two months before school academic year was scheduled to begin in August, your assistant superintendent of curriculum submitted her resignation unexpectedly, effective immediately. Your task is to recruit and hire a curriculum leader and manager that would meet your perceived needs and expectations of a school district that is struggling overall to meet State Department of Education expectations regarding student achievement.
You must develop a detailed plan for recruiting, interviewing and selecting your new assistant superintendent for curriculum that will meet district’ needs and support/improve upon the existing District Curriculum Management Plan. The person selected must share your personal philosophy toward curriculum. Develop a detailed flow chart of all the steps that must take place in order hire such an important leader. Start your response by sharing your curriculum and curriculum management philosophy from the central office to the classroom level while keeping true to your philosophy in candidate selection. With your flow chart as a guide, address in detail each step within the narrative. For example, when considering interviewing perspective candidates, identify who will participate in the interview process and why, where the interview would take place, state the questions to be asked, as well as, the important points you would look for in the interviewee response. Develop and provide a list of 5 interview questions and identify 3 from that list (identify which ones and why) that are directly tied to your stated personal philosophy regarding curriculum.
concerned with rates of interest and guaranteed returns than they are with the uses to which money is put, the results can only be negative. Ethical Standards The second guiding principle for Islamic banking is based on ethical aspects. According to which Muslims have the religious duty to ensure the goodness and wholesomeness of their investment. This is the reason that Islamic investment always considers the kind of business for investing money, its policies, the products and services it provides, and the impact that these have on society and the environment. Moral and Social Values The third guiding principle reflects the moral and social values. The Quran has high thoughts for the poor and destitute and Islamic financial institutions are expected to provide special services to those in need. And so, it is not confined to mere charitable donations but also talks about profit-free loans or Al Quard Al Hasan for certain social projects, where an individual,if needs to go to hospital or wants to go to university, is given interest free loan, what is called Quard Al Hasan. Liability and Business Risk The final principle is based on the idea of both the parties sharing in the risk and profit of any endeavor. If an Investor wants a return, he must either accept business risk or provide some service such as supplying an asset. If not so, according to Sharia,it is sin on part of investor. The roots of this principle lies in a saying of the Prophet Mohammed that “Profit comes with liability” which simply means that one becomes entitled to profit only when one bears the liability, or risk of loss. By linking profit with the possibility of loss, Islamic law distinguishes lawful profit from all other forms of gain. Islamic Banking in Kerala Major issues and constraints in Islamic banking 9 In the straitjacket world of Indian banking, something as fascinating as Islamic Banking is a distant dream. The major issues and constraints involved in Islamic Banking are mentioned herein below: Deposits with RBI The conventional banks in India have to maintain deposit account with the RBI over which they get interest and they have to maintain Statutory liquidity ratio as well. Banks have to invest a fixed percent of demand and time liability in instruments for SLR. These instruments are unencumbered securities like government securities, bonds issued by NABARD,. IFCI, SIDBI, NHB, Government approved securities which are interest based. Since Islamic banks cannot observe conditions as mentioned above they cannot be member of clearing system and cannot issue cheques and therefore they cannot be listed as scheduled bank. Lender’s in last resort>GET ANSWER