KIPP National - What would you do Why I believe that it...

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Angela Lawrence Entp 306 2/4/2016 KIPP National What are the decision points in the case? Whether to launch the original self-contained classroom program for fifth graders How to recruit students How many students they should take Whether they should request to expand the program to accommodate an entire middle school curriculum Whether they should expand after the first year to teach in New York City Who to hire, and where to hire from Whether to accept donations and such from organizations who had never founded a school before Whether to accept donation from the Fishers and Pisce Who should lead the endeavor to expand the entire network of schools What decision needs to be made? The big decision that needs to be made at the end of the case would be who
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Unformatted text preview: What would you do? Why? I believe that it should be Hamilton and either Levin or ²einberg together. Hamilton has the most experience in starTng a new school and would be the best logisTcal choice to run the network, even though he is the newest to the group. I do believe, however, that either Levin or ²einberg should join him in doing so. ³he task will certainly be large enough that it can be shared, especially if they are can sTll do teaching work in KIPP schools when they are not doing administraTve tasks. I think this will ensure that the original vision of Levin and ²einberg is preserved. However, I do not have all the Fnancial details of the case, so I can’t be certain that this decision would make sense....
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