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TSS Services Endorsed By ACSA

By Jeff Hudson - October 10, 2008

The educational consulting firm Total School Solutions (TSS) and the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) have entered into an agreement by which ACSA endorses the following TSS services:

    1. Demographic Analysis & Enrollment Projection Studies
    2. Developer Fees Justification Studies
    3. District Assistance & Intervention Team (DAIT)
    4. District-wide Strategic Planning
    5. Efficiency Studies
    6. Facilities Master Plan Development
    7. Facilities Staff Professional Development Training
    8. Job Description Development
    9. Operational Procedures for HR
    10. Program Improvement (PI) Assistance
    11. Proposition 39 Bond Performance Audits
    12. Recruitment & Selection of Administrators
    13. Reorganization & Reclassifications Studies
    14. School Assistance & Intervention Team (SAIT)
    15. State School Facilities Program, including Eligibility and Funding Applications

“ACSA, as a service organization, is sensitive to the quality and value of the services its membership receives,” said Bob Wells, executive director, California School Administrators Association.  “We felt it was important to join forces with highly regarded Total School Solutions to assist our members in serving the children.”

Tahir Ahad, president of Total School Solutions, said “We are proud to be an ACSA partner in serving the needs of the students in California, and the administrators who serve them.”

Ahad added, “Our firm is comprised of active and retired school and district administrators and other professionals who understand school management and the pressures and challenges faced by a district’s governance team.  We appreciate the trust ACSA has placed in us.”

Total School Solutions is a full-service firm promoting the interests of school districts in California.  TSS offers a comprehensive slate of educational, financial, facilities, business, personnel, and legal training services and solutions to enhance school districts’ performance, productivity, and viability.

Editor's Note: Jeff Hudson is the editor of EdBrief and an award-winning education reporter and writer in print, radio and television media.