2 edition of Balance sheet for Catholic elementary schools found in the catalog.
Balance sheet for Catholic elementary schools
Robert J. Kealey
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Robert J. Kealey.|
|Contributions||National Catholic Educational Association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
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Balance Sheet for Catholic Elementary Schools, [Robert Kealey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This biennial report contains financial information regarding tuition, per-pupil cost, cost of instructional materials.
A questionnaire mailed to 1, Catholic elementary schools elicited usable responses, a 60 percent response rate, or 8 percent of all Catholic elementary schools in the United States.
The report provides information about school demographics, income, expenses, principal and teacher salaries, and special programs. Balance Sheet for Elementary Schools [Robert Kealey, Robert Kealey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Balance Sheet for Elementary Schools Balance Sheet for Catholic Elementary Schools: Income and Expenses.
Kealey, Robert J. Since the school year, the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) has published statistical reports on Catholic elementary and secondary schools in the United by: 7.
Balance Sheet for Catholic Elementary Schools: Income and Expenses. This financial report was designed to provide a basis for informed discussion regarding potential forms of federal and state assistance to students attending Catholic elementary schools, and to encourage improved local management.
The information presented in this study is based upon a random sample of Catholic elementary schools across the United States for the school Cited by: 3. Balance Sheet for Catholic Elementary Schools: Income and Expenses.
Kealey, Robert J. This report provides an overview of the Catholic elementary education. Balance Sheet for Catholic Elementary Schools: Income and Expenses. Kealey, Robert J. This document provides findings of a National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) survey of Catholic elementary school finances for the school year Balance Sheet for Catholic Elementary Schools: Income and Expenses.
PREFACE. Since the school year, the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) has published statisti-cal reports on Catholic elementary and secondary schools in.
TITLE Balance Sheet for Catholic Elementary Schools: Income. By Robert J and Expenses. Abstract. This financial report was designed to provide a basis for informed discussion regarding potential forms of federal and state assistance to students attending Catholic elementary schools, and to encourage improved local management.
The. A complete balance sheet will have all debits and credits recorded on it to show current financial position. A general ledger holds balance sheets and other pieces of someone's complete financial position, such as documentation about debts, investment interest, and assets (items owned).
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Balance Sheet for Catholic Elementary Schools: Description: Balance Sheet Income & Expenses at Georgetown University, to conduct a national study of the status of. Balance Sheet for Catholic Elementary Schools Description: This biennial report contains financial information regarding tuition, per-pupil cost, cost of instruction materials, fundraising, salaries and benefits, endowment funds, pre-Kindergarten, and more.
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The Balance sheet The top half of the balance sheet shows all the assets owned by the business. The assets are either non current or current. The bottom half off the balance sheet shows capital, reserves and liabilities. The liabilities are either non current or current.
Items in balance sheet Description ExamplesMissing: Elementary Schools. Balance Sheet for Catholic Elementary Schools: Income and Expenses. National Catholic Educational Association, Washington, D.C. ISBN 94 55p. National Catholic Educational Association, 30th Street, N.W., SuiteWashington, DC Reports Research/Technical () MF01/PC03 Plus Postage.
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By Edrs Price, Kealey Robert J and Expenses. Abstract. education. The instrument used to survey the schools was a item questionnaire, which was based on an instrument used in a study of Catholic elementary-school finances in prior years.
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The major elements of the financial statements (i.e., assets, liabilities, fund balance/net assets, revenues, expenditures, and expenses) are discussed below, including the proper accounting treatments and.