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bursar

1. an official in charge of the financial management of a school, college, or university
2. Chiefly Scot and NZ a student holding a bursary
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Bursar Pare Maciulewicz switched to Sallie Mae's ACH system in September 2009.
The role of bursars began in 1989 when Government legislation led to the creation of what were then called grant maintained schools, giving them greater responsibility for their own budgets.
by the bursar from the proctor of Norham (Illustration 1) that measures barely four inches by six inches.
Most bursars are also involved in staff management, which includes recruitment and training of support staff such as technicians, teaching assistants, caterers and maintenance staff, and carrying out appraisals and producing staff development plans.
The bursars include those from Solihull School; Alice Ottley School and the Royal Grammar School in Worcester; and Rendcomb College in Cirencester.
But its new code of practice, agreed with the OFT, warned headteachers and bursars not to talk to other schools even about fee information that was already in the public domain.
Bursar Jan Yeomans, who went with Ruby to London, said: "She is committed to the school and is loved by the staff and children alike.
Nikola, of Hartburn, said: "I think for the last ten to 15 years bursars have been seen as school secretaries within the sector, but the job entails so much more.
Thirty primary and secondary schools are to be chosen as "launch pads" to test out the scheme, which will use classroom assistants, bursars and other support staff.
The Government wants 1,000 more bursars in schools by 2006.
The inaugural International Collegiate two-day tournament over the Torrance course sees British champions Stirling, St Andrews, a Cambridge- Oxford select, a British universities select and an R&A Elite Bursars team take on a line-up that includes Bill Haas (Wake Forest) and Dustin Bray (North Carolina) - fourth and seventh in the US amateur rankings.
uk - The new Director General for Schools yesterday told Midland bursars that successful schools would get greater freedom from education authorities as part of sweeping Government improvements.