CGCS has identified Performance and Benchmarking for larger city school meal programs.
One of the major figures in the move to establish the use of Key Performance Indicators as a basis for more effective school nutrition program management has been the Council of Great City Schools, a national organization of 66 large city school districts dedicated to promoting the cause of urban schools. In 2007, CGCS first unveiled the results of its Performance Measurement & Benchmarking Project, designed to identify and quantify 50 key performance indicators that gauge five separate ...
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