Jim Rosborg, Max McGee, Jim Burgett


authors of What Every Superintendent and Principal Needs to Know



Perfect Teachers

Perfect Staff

Perfect Parents

Perfect Principals









Academic Gap

Hiring and Firing






in both a trade print version and as a digital download



Everybody wants a perfect school, but what does that really mean? If you could start over with a clean slate, what could you do to create a perfect school in your town? Or do you have one?

That’s what three top award-winning educational leaders from Illinois asked each other, then dug into their respective areas of strength to answer. The result is their second book, The Perfect School, a no-nonsense look at perfect teachers, perfect staff, perfect parents, and perfect principals, plus the features and steps required to spread that perfection throughout any K-12.

Why waste time defining an educational utopia? Because you can’t get to there without a “there” any more than you can plan a sensible path without a destination. At last, then, a roadmap for every teacher, principal, superintendent, guidance counselor, school bus driver, School Board member, parent, tax payer, or you …


Chosen as the featured LEADERSHIP BOOK in the May 2008

edition of District Administration Magazine!

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: If this book isn’t more than we promise, send the book back for a full refund, even if a dunce eats the text. No questions asked. Well, we might ask how it tasted.

You can order the entire book in print or digital form…

(Read the Introduction and sample chapters free!

Check our bulk order discounts at the order form!



Paper trade, $24.95

Digital download, $20

6” x 9” / 200 pages 

ISBN 9780-0-910167-90-1


Table of contents

Our definition of school perfection.


It’s very short.

Sample Chapters

Well, two first halves so you get the idea.


What others have already shared about its message…


Who are these guys anyway?

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“Aspiring and current school leaders should be required to read The Perfect School. Compelling reading with straightforward comments about what our schools can and should look like. Any leader will find the chapters thought provoking and timely.”


Clayton M. Wilcox, Ed.D., Superintendent, Pinellas County Schools, Pinellas County, Florida


“For any of us to achieve absolute perfection within America’s schools may be an impossible task, but these three successful, experienced educators certainly provide the concepts, strategies, ideas, and practices that can greatly assist us in our attempts.”


Joseph J. Cipfl, Ph.D., President and CEO Emeritus, Illinois Community College Board





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