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Check for consensus across a leadership team:
You can easily see if the group agrees on the district’s strengths and weaknesses, and whether your perspective differs significantly from others.

Check for consensus among groups:
Different departments or leadership groups might have very different views of what can be improved in a district. For example, the central office might think that leadership support is fine, whereas a group of principals might flag that as an issue.

Groups with Budget Hold’em

Playing Budget Hold'em with a group of colleagues can be a powerful teaching tool for education leaders wanting to rethink the budgeting process. Consider bringing together people from a variety of roles, departments, and perspectives and use the game to spark a robust discussion on district priorities and the impact of possible trade-offs.

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