How Much Power Do School Principals Have Over Purchasing?

An EdWeek Market Brief Survey Looks at the Types of Products Where School Leaders Exert Influence

Staff Writer
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Top administrators are often the people in school districts with the greatest authority to make purchasing decisions about big-ticket items.

But most principals say they have significant decision-making power in selecting products, especially when it comes to things like supplemental materials.

EdWeek Market Brief surveyed school leaders across the country about the role they play in purchasing,…

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